It is proven! I am cyphar on Keybase: https://keybase.io/cyphar/sigchain#76cb41972f89ab94d011a47d6678390f49dfd61add1bdc7ccc20e612f9072c270f
Salt, pepper. Olive oil. Knob of butter. Get some colour on there. In the oven, 4 minutes. Herb crusted rack of lamb, done. @gordonramsay
#umoci 0.3.0 released with OCI v1.0 support. Exciting times. #skopeo 0.1.23 also has come out with support for v1.0 as well. https://github.com/openSUSE/umoci/releases/tag/v0.3.0
I published a short blog post about how #umoci's integration test coverage profiles are generated and collated. https://www.cyphar.com/blog/post/golang-integration-coverage
#umoci 0.2.1 released. It supports v1.0.0-rc5 of the #OCI runtime-spec and I've streamlined releases. https://github.com/openSUSE/umoci/releases/tag/v0.2.1
openSUSE #umoci 0.2.0 released. Lots of refactoring and cleanup in preparation for OCI merging of libraries. https://github.com/openSUSE/umoci/releases/tag/v0.2.0
I made a website to track the progress of rootless containers so that new people can pitch in more effectively, as well as to serve as some basic documentation on rootless containers. https://rootlesscontaine.rs/
Check out my SUSE Hackweek project: https://github.com/cyphar/orca. It allows you to build OCI images from a Dockerfile, using entirely OCI standardised tools. And it's going to support rootless containers soon. :wink:
It's actually really awesome that Mastodon attracted a shitload of users who largely aren't aware that the underlying GNUSocial platform is old.
You know why?
Because it means we can do this over and over.
Every time someone releases a new implementation with different-looking chrome on top, it can go through its own marketing and media cycle and garner new users. *And the network effect will be cumulative.*
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