A kubernetes controller that spins a dev k3s cluster within your existing kubernetes cluster, the idea is derived from k3d but instead of using docker on the desktop machine to spin a k3s cluster, I will be using kubernetes itself as the host for these clusters.
Currently, the way to install Rancher in Air-Gap mode (with personal registry server) is using the rancher-save/load-images.sh script to save container images required by Rancher into tar.gz tarball and load it into the personal registry. These scripts work fine when saving and loading single-arch images.
Learning and retaining information is one of the biggest challenges for programmers. So if there was a way to increase the efficiency of one's learning, it would be very useful. Luckily, there is such a thing: spaced repetition. TLDR: you create flashcards, each of which contains one piece of information you want to remember, and review them at intervals that psychology has determined are optimal for learning.