In the tradition of his weekly updates, @chreekat wrote an annual update that describes his ongoing work from a more holistic perspective. He’s just gone on vacation, and it took me a moment to get the website set up to conveniently take this kind of long-form writing, so I’m posting it here on his behalf.
Hi everybody, I just learned something really disappointing. I should have double checked rather the dashboards were world-readable, because in fact, they are not! (I swear I checked this once upon a time, but clearly not.) In fact, it looks like such a thing simply isn’t possible, because Grafana apparently has no permissions model.
I really want these graphs to be world-readable, so if anyone has any good suggestions for an easy way to do that, let me know.
P.s. David and I are both on holiday now, but one of us will edit out the links when we get back.
Ok, now it looks like I was right in the first place. There is some way to make dashboards viewable, as evidenced by Grafana.
I haven’t crossed the Øresund bridge yet! I commented the links out until you have time to look at it post-vacation.
I have. About 11hs and 4hs ago. We should schedule this better
If you’ll be in Uppsala this week, we should say hi!
I’m afraid I’m back ok Langeland and will leave for Germany by Friday another time.
Consider visiting Östanbäcks kloster nearby Uppsala.
Thanks for the recommendation! We didn’t end up going there - the kid mostly wanted to swim in Fyrishov, so we spent our time in the water. It was a great place for a week off - I hope to go back, and then we can check out more of the area.