@clacke I tried this approach in one project, but we ended up in a situation "delivery" teams were developing mediocre code and a few folks from an infrastructure team were chasing new features by cleaning up and writing tests.
How do you make sure that XYZ improvement gets done?
@fribbledom if Linux is used as a host. The overhead appears when Docker is used on Mac or Windows.
The overhead might be managable for developing a web app, but for a spark number crunching monster it could be too much.
@isagalaev I personally started using Instagram because it was faster at uploading pictures. Facebook was too slow. I believe the trick Instagram did was to start uploading a file before the upload button was presses. What a neat trick to get several billion dollars later.
Why would I use Pixelfed, not Mastodon now? Mostly curiosity. Maybe Pixelfed interface is tailerod toward picture viewing. That would be the second reason.
@juliobiason You might need to install rpms from docker. I vaguely remember a tutorial with the first step being "remove docker if you installed it from FC repo and use rpms from docker website"
@juliobiason I've found this series of articles incredibly useful https://mkdev.me/en/posts/dockerless-part-1-which-tools-to-replace-docker-with-and-why
It goes into details in how to build an image that I didn't fully grasp. What I really liked that it set the right mindset.
@juliobiason I'm not an expert, as I've just started using containers.
If you want to use docker, I would install an official rpm from the docker website. I don't think Fedora supports docker.
Podman works for me. Rootless mode is amazing, because any user can start a container. I didn't have a problem with container images from docker hub.
@juliobiason have you tried podman, it's almost a drop-in replacent for docker.
Do you know how Moby is different from podman?
@hn100 has someone tried CoreOS? Does it worth migrating to it if all my services are running inside containers?
@be I have a pixel 1 that I bought used with lineage on it. Definitely curious about both of those - would love to get feedback from folks who have tried them out!
@gvs I also run it on a private network at my home right now.
The reason I went with a public domain is that I might extend it to other locations. My parents place, for example. Also, I want to host services which are accessible to my friends, they register once and have access to all of them with their login.
@gvs I have not configured DNS yet. Right now I have linked Mastodon to use FreeIPA LDAP. This works nicely, I can create users in FeeeIPA and they are able to login to mastodon.
What does FreeIPA need DNS for? Is it for Kerberos and machine enrolment?
It would be nice to enroll my workstation so I could use FreeIPA accounts to login.
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