Historically, I’ve used Travis CI to build and push new versions of my Docker images. In “Keeping systems up-to-date”, I describe a feature missing from Travis CI that prompted me to try Docker Hub Automated Builds:
When I set up a new home server, unattended-upgrades is one of the first packages I install¹. The service watches for package updates and installs them automatically. It makes keeping up with security patches and bug fixes easy, but only for system packages. If you run services inside Docker containers, you’ll need to look elsewhere.
Author’s Note: This is not a philosophy-related post. The self-imposed pressure to write something unique and insightful kept me from writing at all. I want to write, so I’m temporarily suspending my philosophy project and writing about my other projects.
I’m studying ideas and behaviors that have persisted throughout history. For the next two years, I’m perusing classic works of philosophy.
At a friend’s request, here is an overview of this blog’s technical stack.