Early in February, one of our co-workers gave us an opportunity to work with a group of young women in middle school interested in STEM. A few of us got together with the young women, and with the guidance of one of our own homegrown middle-schoolers, we selected a resource and a project to do. The middle-schoolers even went as far as to help us think up some hashtags for the event (#girlsdotech #girlsrule #supergirltech). After Onyx Point, Inc. agreed to supply us a room and some snacks, we advertised, planned some more, and rehearsed until the event happened. It was a huge success!
SIMP Console Beta 0.18.0 Available
We are proud to announce the availability of SIMP Console 0.18.0. This is primarily a bugfix and refactoring release as we work towards a more complete Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) solution.
A new version of SIMP (6.3.3) is now available. Late in the release process for 6.3.2, a user-lockout bug was discovered in the sssd module. Since we had already uploaded some assets to the download servers, we decided to forego the full release of 6.3.2 and start immediately on 6.3.3. Below you can find updated modules from both versions, as well as links to the changelogs and files.
SIMP Console Beta 0.17.0 Available
We are proud to announce the availability of SIMP Console 0.17.0. This is primarily a bugfix and refactoring release as we work towards a more complete Role-based Access Control (RBAC) solution.
Occasionally, when using a Ruby environment switching tool, such as RVM, you will discover a need to switch back to system Ruby for various reasons. Unfortunately, getting Bundler to automatically play nice with the rest of the system is not well documented. I hope this post helps to remedy that.