Re: [8Dev] Introducing the Cockpit Starter Kit for developing your own Cockpit pages

2018-03-12 Thread Martin Pitt
Hello Dusty, Dusty Mabe [2018-03-12 9:02 -0400]: > $ curl http://cockpit-project.org/blog/cockpit-starter-kit.html > curl: (6) Could not resolve host: cockpit-project.org Right, I just noticed too. This is fallout from some DNS changes happening on

Introducing the Cockpit Starter Kit for developing your own Cockpit pages

2018-03-12 Thread Martin Pitt
Hello Cockpit community, in the past months we have worked on making Cockpit's test API and CI/CD system available to third-party projects. So if you maintain or plan to create your own Cockpit page, please have a look at Cockpit's "Starter Kit": It's an example page and project which includes

Re: [8Dev] Introducing the Cockpit Starter Kit for developing your own Cockpit pages

2018-03-12 Thread Dusty Mabe
On 03/12/2018 06:28 AM, Martin Pitt wrote: > Hello Cockpit community, > > in the past months we have worked on making Cockpit's test API and CI/CD > system > available to third-party projects. So if you maintain or plan to create your > own Cockpit page, please have a look at Cockpit's

Re: [8Dev] Introducing the Cockpit Starter Kit for developing your own Cockpit pages

2018-03-12 Thread Stephen Gallagher
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 11:13 AM David Sastre Medina wrote: > Hi, > > It's either been fixed in the meantime, or it's just you > It was fixed in the meantime. I reverted the change we made to DNS. We were trying to add IPv6 support to the domain, but it did not go as

Re: [8Dev] Introducing the Cockpit Starter Kit for developing your own Cockpit pages

2018-03-12 Thread David Sastre Medina
Hi, It's either been fixed in the meantime, or it's just you curl -vvv http://cockpit-project.org/blog/cockpit-starter-kit.html 1>/dev/null % Total% Received % Xferd Average Speed TimeTime Time Current Dload Upload Total SpentLeft Speed