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13 Apr 2024
@the7erm:matrix.orgthe7ermDoes it post to multiple places at once?15:51:35
@the7erm:matrix.orgthe7ermPull from one platform and post to others?15:51:59
@the7erm:matrix.orgthe7ermWhat's a good lightning wallet?16:21:19
@doubleplusgood23:matrix.orgdpg
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What's a good lightning wallet?
https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/boost/
17:29:03
@hybridsarcasm:matrix.orgHybridSarcasm
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https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/boost/
To that end, I’ve used Alby, Strike, and Cash.app. All are fine.
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14 Apr 2024
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@doubleplusgood23:matrix.orgdpg
In reply to @hybridsarcasm:matrix.org
To that end, I’ve used Alby, Strike, and Cash.app. All are fine.
Same here, is Alby invite only still?
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@chrislas:jupiterbroadcasting.comchrislas
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Same here, is Alby invite only still?

Still invite only if you want to use their hosted stuff.

But here is what I have been told:

Every listener can sign up without an invite code if they come through a podcast app like Podverse to create an Alby Account. Only the sign up on the website is invite-only.

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@chrislas:jupiterbroadcasting.comchrislasYou can also try my invite link: https://getalby.com/invited-by/chrislas15:33:48
@hybridsarcasm:matrix.orgHybridSarcasm Castamatic on iOS also has Alby integration. Try that, if on an iPhone. 15:46:28
15 Apr 2024
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17 Apr 2024
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@tiny:shiftsystems.nettinyOne issue with consulting for open source monetization is a lot of the time the better the docs and the project in general gets better the less consulting is needed to deploy them21:55:25
18 Apr 2024
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@nekomimimode:matrix.orgnekomimimodehttps://llama.meta.com/llama3/18:43:03
@cubis:matrix.orgcubis Re: the last episode, im actually trying to start using LocalStack along with Minikube at work because I’m trying to setup tekton pipelines (it’s like Jenkins but kubernetes). It can be a massive pain in the ass developing continuous integration and pipeline stuff so hoping this will help me actually speed up dev time 19:58:16
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19 Apr 2024
@dharrigan:matrix.orgdharriganWe use localstack at work. It's great. Locally I run up a docker stack that includes valkey, mysql, localstack and a few other bits and bobs. I'm able to test out s3, sns and sqs against our application (running locally) without hitting any AWS services. The APIs are the same, the local client libraries don't know the difference and I don't have to worry about terraforming anything on AWS just for testing. In addition, the same stack is stood up in our github action pipeline with the same tests being run. Local stack gives us the opportunity to try out AWS services locally, to get those API calls right with a very high degree of confidence that it "just work" when deployed into AWS (of course we have a staging environment with all the proper AWS services running, so we can verify our assumptions there before going to production).07:02:55
@dharrigan:matrix.orgdharriganThere's a lot you can do with it (see https://docs.localstack.cloud/user-guide/aws/feature-coverage for what is on offer and what level of "emulation" or full-feature they can support)07:07:08
@dharrigan:matrix.orgdharrigan. 07:07:11
@dharrigan:matrix.orgdharrigan * We use localstack at work. It's great. Locally I run up a docker stack that includes valkey, mysql, localstack and a few other bits and bobs. I'm able to test out s3, sns and sqs against our application (running locally) without hitting any AWS services. The APIs are the same, the local client libraries don't know the difference and I don't have to worry about terraforming anything on AWS just for testing. In addition, the same stack is stood up in our github action pipeline with the same tests being run. Local stack gives us the opportunity to try out AWS services locally, to get those API calls right with a very high degree of confidence that it'll "just work" when deployed into AWS (of course we have a staging environment with all the proper AWS services running, so we can verify our assumptions there before going to production).10:22:04
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21 Apr 2024
@gary_uk:matrix.orggary
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We use localstack at work. It's great. Locally I run up a docker stack that includes valkey, mysql, localstack and a few other bits and bobs. I'm able to test out s3, sns and sqs against our application (running locally) without hitting any AWS services. The APIs are the same, the local client libraries don't know the difference and I don't have to worry about terraforming anything on AWS just for testing. In addition, the same stack is stood up in our github action pipeline with the same tests being run. Local stack gives us the opportunity to try out AWS services locally, to get those API calls right with a very high degree of confidence that it'll "just work" when deployed into AWS (of course we have a staging environment with all the proper AWS services running, so we can verify our assumptions there before going to production).
Or in the Google Cloud world you are not locked in so don't need to run emulators (Cloud Functions runs on k-native which can be deployed to any kubernetes cluster including kind which runs a whole k8's env inside a container). For proprietary stuff the google cloud sdk has built in emulators - no need for 3rd party :)
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