We did not have a September Community Call – instead we prepared something very special for this month’s call: we will have not 1 but 2 topics presented by 3 amazing experts from Checkmk team!
First, Thomas Lippert will present Google Cloud integration in Checkmk;
Then Max Linke will show a demo of how it works;
Last but not least, Marcel Arentz will present the new documentation.
You can join our Zoom call and ask questions directly or join the livestream on YouTube and send us the questions in the chat – whatever you find more convenient!
As always, the recording will wait for you after the stream is over, if you are interested in the topic and for some reason cannot join us live.
Looking forward to seeing you all!
Upd from Sara: Let’s have a small contest! Please send your question about documentation in this thread: it can be about the content of our documentation or about the practices we have in place when it comes to documentation. The best question will receive a nice souvenir from Checkmk! And of course, there will be an answer
thanks for your response/your questions. I will try to answer them as best as possible:
Links of a Checkmk version always go to the specific version you are using. We will implement the new TOC into the 2.1.0 and upcoming versions, only. But mainly, the answer is: Yes, as the link refers to the article, which is independent of the TOC
Yes, it’s possible, to reach the search from externally as it is added into the URL. We may implement it into Checkmk itself as well as other places (e.g. the forum: “Let me google that for you”)
Currently, we did not want to feature-overload the search. Operators are possible. Let’s see, if and how we can implement them in a intuitive usable way.
Maybe a way to add more features to search is to have actually 2 search options.
The basic ‘current’ one which untouched gives quick results.
Other one to refine your search with advanced options, maybe similar to how forum offers it: Search results for '' - Checkmk Community
Operators are available. Basically it’s + (force inclusion of keyword), - (force exclusion of keyword), ^ (weighting) and ~ (fuzziness) as described here: Searching : Lunr We’ll probably add a help box explaining these options.
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