Evan Schwartz emschwartz @fiberplane MA, US Rust / Node.js / TypeScript engineer. Currently building & Co-inventor of @interledger, formerly @ripple

emschwartz/awesome-recurse 22

Awesome resources for learning about computery things while at (or not at) the Recurse Center

coilhq/cog 6

Cogs for codius

dino-rodriguez/easy-connector-bundle 3

A bundle to easily run an Interledger connector 💸

emschwartz/cicada 1

ILP/SPSP server for receiving payments

emschwartz/ackee-tracker 0

Transfer data to Ackee.

emschwartz/Ackee0 0

Self-hosted, Node.js based analytics tool for those who care about privacy.

emschwartz/anchor-markdown-header 0

Generates an anchor for a markdown header.

emschwartz/async-cache-rs 0

A toy implementation of an in-memory async cache written in Rust

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A curated list of amazingly awesome level libraries and resources


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issue commentemschwartz/redis-lua-types

Do these work?

Hi @john-livelyvideo, to be perfectly honest, I don't remember how many of these I ended up trying out. I think I ended up switching away from Redis for the project I had originally wanted these for. You can see if it outputs the correct Lua script by making a very simple TS script, compiling it using TypeScriptToLua, and inspecting the output.


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issue commentkubernetes/website

Extend “Hello Minikube” tutorial to include accessing metrics server

Hi @sftim,

That section of the tutorial describes how to enable and disable add-ons. If you're going through and following each of the steps, it seems a bit odd to be told "enable this add-on", "check that it's running" (using logs that at this point in the tutorial I only somewhat grok), and then "disable it", without seeing what the add-on actually does. It's pretty obvious from the name of the example add-on (metrics-server) what it does, but as someone who's new to kubernetes, I'm not entirely sure how to interact with it.

In other places in the main tutorial, it tells you to run a curl command against services when you spin them up (in addition to viewing what's running using kubectl commands) to show that the service is indeed there. As a new user, I believe it a bit more when I run the curl command than just taking kubectl at its word that the service listed as running or the add-on listed as enabled is actually doing something.

Hope that helps, Evan


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issue openedkubernetes/website

Improvement for - Connect to the metrics server

Under the Enable addons section, it would be nice to try connecting to the metrics server to see what it says (or link to some other documentation page about that specific service) before disabling that add-on.

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issue openedkubernetes/website

Issue with - Connecting to hello-node service didn't work

During the Create a Service part of the tutorial, I was not able to connect to the hello-node service. The port generated was 31275 but when I tried to view that port on the host, it would try to connect and then show the error message Unable to connect to Port 31275.

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