As you may already know, we are using GitLab as git repository management solution. On 2nd of May, GitLab released critical security update for a range of its products. Read more about it here and it is high time to update if you are running your own GitLab instance. The update deals with number of […]
I have some exciting news today: while nanna-cli is still in development today we’ve got a first customer. It doesn’t happen very often to get a customer to believe in your idea and wants to use a product that is still not even in alpha stage. However our basic docker-enabled crate fitted our customer needs […]
We are using gitlab ce as SCM frontend plus as simple CI solution. Recently we’ve been hit by following problem: after renaming old project that was occupying namespace we’ve created a new one with exactly the same name. Creation of new project first failed, but after hitting refresh button in a browser it got created successfully. […]
Today is a big day for pynanny project: first crate has been created and deployed. nanna-cli is being tested on it right now. While creating first crate I wished nanna-cli has been ready – it would streamline the development a lot. However the good news is that all future deployments will be done through nanna-cli […]
If you haven’t heard yet: Windows 10 will be able to run Linux ELF binaries natively. There is an agreement between Microsoft and Canonical to supply Ubuntu based packages for Windows. This has been announced and demonstrated on Build 2016 conference. You can read about it more in the post by Kevin Gallo about Windows […]
This may sound funny, but adding a simple build status badge (or shield if you prefer) on GitLab can be a bit tricky since it is not clearly documented.
Creating .gitignore files can be art on its own. Here is a pynanny repecie for Python projects.