cluster/kube: admitomatic, admins, owners changes

Change-Id: Ia2f167d84cff999c9ab273db16609d1dec740f25
Reviewed-by: informatic <>
4 files changed
tree: f10b3d6b64756284e5817860528eae1d642344c1
  1. app/
  2. bgpwtf/
  3. bzl/
  4. cluster/
  5. dc/
  6. devtools/
  7. doc/
  8. games/
  9. gcp/
  10. go/
  11. hswaw/
  12. kube/
  13. nix/
  14. ops/
  15. personal/
  16. third_party/
  17. tools/
  18. .bazelrc
  19. .bazelversion
  20. .gitignore
  21. BUILD
  25. default.nix
  28. go.mod
  29. go.sum
  30. hackdoc.toml
  31. OWNERS
  33. shell.nix

hscloud is the main monorepo of the Warsaw Hackerspace infrastructure code.

Getting started

See //doc/codelabs for tutorials on how to use hscloud.

If you want to browse the source of hscloud in a web browser, use

If you want some other help, talk to q3k, informatic or your therapist.

Directory Structure

Directories you should care about:

  • app: external services that we host that are somewhat universal: matrix, mastodon, etc.
  • bgpwtf: code related to our little ISP
  • cluster: code related to our Kubernetes cluster (
  • dc: code related to datacenter automation
  • devtools: code related to developer tooling, like gerrit or hackdoc
  • doc: high-level documentation that doesn't fit anywhere else, ie. codelabs
  • hswaw: Warsaw Hackerspace specific/internal services. The line between this and app is unfortunately blurry.
  • personal: user's personal (experimental) directories
  • kube, go: code specific to languages but general to the whole of hscloud


Unless noted otherwise, code in hscloud is licensed under the BSD 0-clause license - see COPYING.