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  1. Fleet is the lightweight, programmable telemetry platform for servers and workstations. Get comprehensive, customizable data from all your devices and operating systems — without the downtime risk.

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  2. diez/diez Public

    The Design Token Framework — Adopt a unified design language across platforms, codebases, and teams

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    Man pages parser written in JavaScript, supports `an` and `doc` macros - WIP

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Contributed to fleetdm/fleet, veronicadip/my-spotify, roperzh/fleet and 1 other repository

Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 8 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in fleetdm/fleet that received 7 comments

use image containing installer deps for fleetdm/fleetctl

This changes our workflows to build and push the Docker image defined at tools/fleetctl-docker/Dockerfile as part of the release process. (#6682) C…

+9 −17 7 comments

Created an issue in fleetdm/fleet that received 3 comments

Create and publish a Docker image with rcodesign + transporter

Goal To sign and notarize pkg files, we introduced a dependency that has to be compiled, this has been problematic because: Compilation fails on M…

2 contributions in private repositories Aug 1 – Aug 9

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