Post-hackathon, this week has been largely “back to normal” as far as Lookout’s open source hacking is concerned. As always you can find our repositories in our GitHub organization.
Without further ado, here’s a roll-up of what’s been hackin’!
Lookout’s “Hackathon V” birthed a Finagle-based reimagining of Border Patrol. This version is completely non-functional, unwarranted, and experimental, but does represent a future direction the Lookout engineering team is hoping to embrace.
This release was a major due to the fact that it changed the directory structure and is a breaking change.
We’ve opened up a pull request from our fork of the protobuf with support for HTTP as an RPC transport. Protobuf HTTP support was built on top of the Faraday gem, which provides fantastic support for pluggable HTTP/REST API calls (we highly recommend it).
This weeks raw numbers:
- 11 issues created
- 13 git pushes
- 2 comments on pull requests
- 1 pull request created
- 1 repository open sourced