On 7/2/21 5:58 PM, Jonathan Trossbach wrote:
The Websites and Apps team is organizing a set of Hack sessions this year and I am
kicking off the first one with an introduction to OpenShift and general hack session in
For those with at least 16gb of RAM the goal will be to deploy Discourse on OpenShift
from my repository here: https://github.com/jontrossbach/openshift-discourse/
From their based on patterns discussed we will try and identify other open source
applications that are already well suited for an OpenShift deployment together.
Would like to try create an alternate setup to:
They use Ubuntu, but is is FOSS.
The Jitsi meet link is: https://meet.jit.si/fedora-websites-apps-meeting
If you would like a calendar invite please respond to this email with your email.
Calendar invites are helpful, but please also indicate the date and time
of this session.
If you have never used or even heard that much of OpenShift please get through as many of
these Katacoda scenarios as is convenient for you(at least the one which teaches you how
to log in to an OpenShift cluster); all you need i an internet connection and a compatible
browser for this: https://www.katacoda.com/openshift/courses/using-the-cluster
And also please check if your machine has has at least 9gb of RAM and then try to install
OpenShift CRC locally otherwise you will have to register for a cloud instance (which I
think is less fun):
Thanks for this.
OpenShift knowledge and skillz are in high demand
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