- Tweak HCL Connections Newsletter v2
- Repair Administration Console of Connections 7 for Chromium-based Browsers
- Upload Files via IBM HTTPServer (mod_ibm_upload) to HCL Connections
- HCL Connections Newsletter v2 and Join Community requests
- Show Community Create Button only to users with role "community-creator"
- Makefile to process all Asciidoctor files in a directory
- Update on the Touchpoint workaround (Updated)
- Linkdump Week 44 / 2020
- Linkdump Week 42 / 2020
- Linkdump Week 41 / 2020
Last week I didn’t find very useful links to read or articles to share. This week I read more books, so a recommendation for a book this week and two articles with awk basics. The Kubernetes Workshop Still preparing for CKA, so I read a lot around Kubernetes. This book is brand new and the first chapters are already useful. I think it’s more detailled than the books I read about Kubernetes before. Bug Bytes #94 - Breaking Symfony apps Again a great collection of things worth reading all around bug bounty and pentesting.
VimWiki – Working with Vim – mkaz.blog I switched for daily notes and diary entries to Vimwiki. I like the fast access and combine it with gollum to display in the browser. In the article you find shortcuts and tipps for working with the todo function. Dockerfile Security Best Practices - Cloudberry Engineering Container security is a broad problem space and there are many low hanging fruits one can harvest to mitigate risks. A good starting point is to follow some rules when writing Dockerfiles. How many shards should I have in my Elasticsearch cluster?
Another week is over, for a quite busy one. I’m still working on automating HCL Connections installation and think about creating pytests for these deployments. So here is the this weeks mix of my bookmarks, tools I used and articles I found interesting. BASH errorhandling - wizard zines Good intro on Bash errorhandling from Julia Evans Bye-bye Apple Very interesting post, I did that move years ago. I started using Linux on a daily basis on my work notebook around 2008. Sometimes parallel with Mac OS. Today I think about switching my Lenovo notebook to OpenBSD, but I need to work with different business tools for meetings, remote access and so on.
It is Linkdump time again. I fixed some things during the week, so my Shaarli instance can use the API now. I do a lot of research and reading on mobile devices (tablet and phone). Now I can share important articles through Stakali, add short notes and do followups on my other devices (tablet, computer). To automate the linkdump posts, I created a short Python script to collect my saved bookmarks (marked with the tag linkdump) and create an asccidoc document for my hugo instance. So I can do a quick review and post it. Shaarli creates a daily overview and a tag cloud of saved bookmarks.