stay anonymous (or not) with oet.sandcats.io

By hosting applications using sandstorm.io at oet.sandcats.io, users can can enforce access control on each application. By default, a newly-created application grain (such as an Etherpad document) is private. Through the user interface, you can grant other people access to the grain with varying permission levels, you can inspect who has access, and you can revoke that…

Mapping a domain to Davros with oet.sandcats.io

I am collaborating with a great bunch of folks in BC highered on shared infrastructure – Clint has written about the capacity we are building and our opensource app hosting using the sandstorm.io framework. We have been running oet.sandcats.io in Educloud since November 2015 and have 72 instructional designers, faculty, and technologists with 255 app instances (grains) to date. Think…