My project Experimental Berlin received a nice mention in British newspaper The Guardian!
My pull request for updating the official Elasticsearch/Fluentd/Kibana logging add-on for Kubernetes to version 5.5.1 of Elasticsearch and Kibana was recently approved and merged into the master branch! Users of the popular EFK/ELK stack can now enjoy the latest version with their Kubernetes clusters!
MuzHack now has its own blog!
Electronic Beats Magazine did a quick writeup on my MuzHack project. Nice that people are paying attention!
The Markdown editors in MuzHack are now sporting a help button, to display documentation about the supported Markdown syntax. Early user feedback suggested this was a much desired feature, as many users aren’t familiar with the Markdown syntax.
I have just started a forum for MuzHack, based on the amazing Discourse. Stay tuned for useful content.
I recently installed Discourse on a CoreOS node at DigitalOcean. Since I chose the minimum spec that Discourse can run on, 1 GB memory, I had to enable 2 GB of swap space. This is solved by configuring CoreOS with an automatic swap service, through the standard cloud-config file. My complete cloud-config file (input this […]
For some months now I have been developing MuzHack, a platform for makers of music hardware to publish their designs. I’m pleased to say it’s finally in production! The project is in collaboration with the Norwegian music sound research center Notam. My hope is it will spark inspiration between independent hardware developers, similar to how […]