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Clincher: checking your signed git commits - Oct. 26, 2018 git 

Recently for a project with tight regulatory requirements we decided that git signing throughout the project was a good idea. There’s a debate about it’s level of effectiveness, given that all it tells you is that a particular commit was made from a particular developers machine, and if they’re not careful, they can end up…

Scrutiny: Github permissions audit and backup tool - May 8, 2016 Python  Tools  git 

These days we’ve all got an awful lot of our code in Github, and so we really need both a backup (so we can cope with them having a catastrophic failure) and a permissions auditing mechanism (so we know who’s getting access). For the latter, some of you may be saying “just use the audit…

Raspberry Chef - Dec. 22, 2015 Python  Tools  git 

Last month I wrote about temperature monitoring, and how I ended up using Raspberry Pi’s. I’m still fiddling around with their configuration, and I ran into a few problems. For starters, if I brought them home, they knew how to talk to the work WiFi, but not my home system, and vice versa (although this is…