On 23 Jan 2019, at 10:26, Tim Coote <tim@coote.org> wrote:

hmm. nodejs + ipv6: I’ve had fun with that combination in the past.

obviously ipv6 isn’t essential for IoT, but I’ve found it helpful from a number of points of view:
- easier to combine HAN’s (ZWave, Zigbee, BT, WiFi) in a consistent way.
- helps prevent HAN specialists thinking that ‘all the world is {ZWave,Zigbee,BT,WiFi}’
- avoids ‘instant legacy’
- can help thinking about how routeing changes as the topology get much more complex without using the IPv4 approaches (which do not work well)

presumably these points really belong on the mozilla forum, but this group is focused on the more general IoT problem.

On 22 Jan 2019, at 22:08, Troy Dawson <tdawson@redhat.com> wrote:

Hi Jared,
Sorry for this taking so long.  I finally got some time to work on the
gateway rpm.  Though really, I need a second opinion to see if I
should proceed with what I've done or try something else.

As discussed a while ago, I have tried my hand at bundling the gateway
nodejs dependencies.  The biggest problem with that was there was
several binary packages that it wanted.  In the end, I bundled
everything but those packages, and those packages I created links in
the bundle.  So the package depends on those binary nodejs packages,
but everything else is bundled.

I'm attaching my spec file, along with the gateway-tarball.sh that
does the bundling.

Could you let me know what you think?

I'm totally open to being completely wrong.  This is the first time
I've done a nodejs bundling.

p.s. I figured I'd cc the rest of the iot mailling list incase anyone
else on here has any ideas.
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