According to the voting, logo #6 is the most favorite one. Here is the
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I am delighted to present you AeroGear Digger's logo:
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On Mon, Jun 19, 2017 at 10:40 AM, Ali Ok <aliok(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> We would like to pick a logo for the new AeroGear module, Digger .
> James Cobb has already prepared some great designs and now we vote to pick
> the best one .
> We have prepared a Google poll (no login required) here:
> The poll will be open for 10 days (until June 29th 10:00 AM UTC).
>  : https://github.com/aerogear/digger-jenkins
>  : https://issues.jboss.org/browse/DESIGN-943
We currently have the following in our digger-jenkins repo:
- android-sdk docker image (which includes androidctl cli);
- jenkins android slave image;
- openshift templates;
- some osx related scripts;
I wanted to automatically build/push the docker images to dockerhub after a
PR is merged but I believe dockerhub has a "per repo" integration, which
means that both images would be built/pushed every time we send a pr/commit
into this repo.
Does anyone know if we can create a "per folder" integration where it
detects Dockerfile changes per folder (if we change android-sdk dockerfile
it should only build this image) and not re-build and re-push both images
on every commit?
Other options would be:
- Move those images to their own repo;
- Create/host a jenkins instance somewhere so we can automate this
workflow with custom scripts.
 - https://github.com/aerogear/digger-jenkins
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I just release a new version of Authz (3.1.1). It will be available on
Maven Central in 2 days.
- AGDROID-602 <https://issues.jboss.org/browse/AGDROID-602> - OAuth2
deleteAccount does not remove the account from memory
I recently create a Docker image of our push FCM proxy, made with Wiremock.
Since we are no longer using the FCM proxy in
https://github.com/aerogear/push-network-proxies (even the Dockerfile there
only consider APNs) I think we could remove it from there and refactor the
repository like this:
So that we have everything in the same place. I also made a template for
Openshift so that we can setup a testing environment for UPS quickly. I
think that's the ultimate point of having the mocks together.
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