Chimera is a Kubernetes policy engine. Its policies are WebAssembly modules, that can be published on regular OCI registries (same place where container images are pushed).
Each Chimera Policy lives inside of a dedicated Git repository and its build artifact lives inside of an OCI registry.
For example, the
pod-privileged-policy source code can be found inside of this GitHub repository, while its artifact can be downloaded from this public OCI registry.
The scope of this project is to simplify the discovery of Chimera Policies.
Goal for this Hackweek
Create a website where all the Chimera Policies are listed. Each Policy will have a series of attributes like: name, description, GitHub project, OCI registry, tags.
The website should allow the user to filter the policies by name, category and tags.
As a first iteration we would like to rely on GitHub Pages to host the entire website. The idea would be to create a GitHub repository and have in there a
gh-pages branch with the following contents:
dataset.json: the list of policies to show
- website resources: html, js, css,...
The dataset file will be managed by hand via pull requests. Each change done to the dataset or to any other file inside of this branch, will result in an automatic deployment of the website (GitHub does that automatically for us).
The website will do all the actions (render the main page with all the policies, search policies, show policy details,...) using client side code.
We need help from someone with front-end skills and experience developing client-side applications.
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