Interesting use case for Kubernetes. (Not that I know much about it, but haven’t heard some one using Kubernetes to host their website.) I myself host my blog on Hostgator, but haven’t found any reason to go this length though.
One question if you don’t mind,
The theme is called Vapor. I’m running a self-hosted Ghost. There is a separate post on the same blog about switching from Medium to Ghost. I customized the theme a little bit to match the fonts and link colors from my personal website.
I don’t know enough crypto to see issues with this, but I looked and this is their only post on crypto in the blog. They also don’t have any other crypto projects on their github. So I’m guessing there are probably really big flaws? Seems weird to say that having studied the alg itself, but “don’t roll your own crypto” is a saying or a reason…
OP here. The code is a fork of a project from startcoin who do have several other crypto projects on their Github account. What we did was to move the hashing from the server to the client, thereby removing the need to expose the identity of the set members.
Also, I may not have other crypto projects on my personal blog, but I do work in the Frontiers department in Tradeshift - a fintech with approx. 1200 employees. In the Frontiers department we are focusing on emerging technologies, and we have made some headway in the crypto space.
That is not to say that there are no flaws, and I would love to hear feedback from external code reviewers.
I hope I never have to work with this person.
you might like me more than you think. :3 decoupling software from arcane needless processes is something that a lot of companies and people love. and it’s work that i find very fulfilling.
i do not mean that i would never ask a question - i love pairing and cooperation. what i do mean is that if a process of piece of software depends on anyone other than me/my team, i tend to examine those dependencies with a lot of scrutiny. half of the time, they’re not needed.
for example, at $dayjob, i recently updated an internal tool that relied on manually created user accounts. i realized that this could be done dynamically instead. stuff like that.
but in my personal life, i’m a lot more extreme because i can afford to be :)