Those Klepper boat trailers (the old ones with feather suspension and ball bearing) are worth gold.
My dad refitted this one with 8 1/2 x 2 1/4 tube tires including a different rims (I think from a children carry or so), a mod which was common 50 years ago. Those trailers originally came with slim full rubber tires, I have both versions at hand, the tube tire refit is the better option when you carry your gear with it.
The boat took a little bit to much water even for the weather conditions. probably another small puncture or bad glue. buy cheap, buy twice 😉 .
The tour ended at a wall... time to tear down. The worst is to fix the hull to the washboard as the temperatures stiff out the material.
Neue Donau in Vienna
On the water it is quiet and peaceful!
Definately a catastrophy! I definately did not expect the material to be that bad! 🙄
Here is a full pic.
New tires have been ordered! My dad did the convertion from the original all rubber tires to tube tires on baby carriage rims, but I cant remember that the tires where ever changed after the refit.
The other thing I ordered is also on its way, guesses are still welcome!
Phew! This is such a moment when your stomach hurts badly. A moment when you realize that it was the right decision to forbid TCP/80 on all gitlab-runner boxes, and the question starts to think in: "Who else might be accidentally pulling libraries for @cryptpad via http because of insane git defaults?"
image-tool can now crawl through all your pod/container definitions, look which one is running, looks for any upgrades, and apply those.
- It starts containers.
- It can rebuild custom extensions automatically on start.
- It makes up to three backups of older container images, in case you have to investigate a filesystem.
TODO: test out the feature to link admin tools like psql to the user.
TODO: provide an auto update function, which checks all running containers for new images.
TODO: test the option to provide .env files with environment vatiables.