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[31 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 171 views]

Over the past few months a lot of work has been done to the Summit Scheduler. This all culminated this past week when I sent in an RT to update the production instance of Summit. This included somewhere in the neighborhood of 8,000 lines of code change between Summit and the two themes that are run.
There are two major changes to Summit from the changes this past week. The first is that Summit has been rethemed to meet the new design guidelines for Ubuntu. This work was completed with major …

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[20 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 212 views]

The Summit Hackers have been hard at work again creating new features to make Summit easier to use. However, we need your help testing these features before the public release. This is where you, the user, come in! I have created a Test Summit on my server and created a test sprint in Launchpad and here is where I need your help with testing:
First, visit the test sprint in Launchpad, next mark yourself as attending. Please note, it could take up to 20 minutes before you are able to use …

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[21 Feb 2012 | One Comment | 1,841 views]

My buddy Dustin Kirkland pointed me to a neat little utility that he wrote with Scott Moser called ssh-import-id. Since he showed it to me a few months ago, I have used it many times and it has made my life quite a bit easier.
ssh-import-id fetches a the defined user(s) public keys from Launchpad, validates them, and then adds them to the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. That’s it, but if you need to add multiple people, or don’t know which key they are going to want used, this will save you …

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[5 Feb 2012 | No Comment | 146 views]

This week I will be attending Linaro Connect Q1.12 in Redwood City, California. Infact, I’m in an American Airlines plane at 34,000 feet heading there now. In-flight WiFi is awesome!
Over the past two months Michael Hall and myself have been doing a large amount of work on The Summit Scheduler to get it ready for Connect this week including modifying more than 2,400 lines of Summit code. You can find out more about that in my previous post.
I have a few things that I want to get out of Connect. …