Thunderbolt Networking Now Supported in Linux’s NetworkManager Tool

Implemented by Intel developer Mika Westerberg last year during the development of the Linux 4.15 kernel series, Thunderbolt networking arrived for Linux-based operating systems


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2018-05-29 00:18:45

My test XML-RPC server is up at betty.scripting.com. Same calling conventions as the original betty.userland.com (which is not up at the moment). The idea is to test this server, verify interop, or fix it, iterate, and when it’s solid, make this the definitive test server. Here’s example code in JavaScript that calls this server, but any of the docs for betty.userland.com should work. More tomorrow.


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OpenStack spins out its Zuul open source CI/CD platform

There are few open-source projects as complex as OpenStack, which essentially provides large companies with all the tools to run the equivalent of the core AWS services in their own data centers. To build various systems the team also had to develop some of its own DevOps tools, and, in 2012, that meant developing Zuul, an open-source continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) platform. Now, with the release of Zuul v3, the team decided to decouple Zuul from OpenStack and run it as an independent project. It’s not quite leaving the OpenStack ecosystem, though, as it will still be hosted by the OpenStack Foundation.
Now all of that may seem a bit complicated, but at this point, the is simply the home of OpenStack and other related infrastructure projects. The first one of those was obviously OpenStack itself, followed by the Kata Containers project late last year. Zuul is simply the third of


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