ircb 0.1.1 released!

Today, ircb gets 0.1.1 release. It’s a minor release with some bugfixes post 0.1 release: Fix handling nick AWAY command Fixes around SSL options in networks create CLI. make –ssl option of flag type make –ssl-verify option of Choice type We’re now gearing up for our upcoming 0.2 release. Don’t forget to check it out, if you want to be part of the action.

January 1, 2016 · Ratnadeep Debnath

ircb 0.1 released!

ircb gets it’s initial 0.1 release! ircb is a versatile IRC Bouncer, made for scale. It was born out of our sheer requirements for a better IRC bouncer when hosting the demo instance of waartaa. A bouncer that: scales to multiple hosts, to overcome connection limitations put by IRC servers on a single host accepts multiple simultaneous client connections for the same IRC connection A sane API to control it has awesome dashboard and analytics, built in We plan to ship ircb as a standalone, consumable product....

December 20, 2015 · Ratnadeep Debnath

Atomicapp 0.3.0 released!

Atomicapp gets 0.3.0 release! A major highlight of this release is the new provider: Marathon. Apart from this, numerous other features and bug fixes and changes went into this release: A complete refactor of our OpenShift provider (API comm rather than oc command) Support for oc new-app deployment Refactor on CLI commands and options Optios such as –answers-conf can now be used anywhere on the command line As always, any contributions are highly appreciated....

December 18, 2015 · Ratnadeep Debnath

A month at OSAS, Redhat

This had been lying in the draft for quite some time now, waiting to be published. Better late, than never. Well, I joined the container tools team in OSAS, Redhat on August 24, 2015. Nevertheless, I had already been contributing to the upstream projects around projectatomic prior to joining Redhat :). It was not a totally new environment at Redhat, I knew many people from the Fedora community at Redhat and in our team....

November 7, 2015 · Ratnadeep Debnath