I’m happy to announce that I finally decided to fully open-source Glukit, Glukloader and glukameleon (a little tool used in dev) under the MIT license. The main blocker was that I needed to find a solution to keeping client ids and client secrets outside of the repository and I found something I’m happy with now.
I was hesitant to open-source Glukit for a while because much of its value resides in the centralized service that enables you to be compared to other diabetics. It’s a bet but I’m hoping that Glukit going open-source won’t mean everyone starting their own instance. And even if that happens, that might not be the end of the world.
Here are where the repositories can be found:
safekeeper, a command-line tool to use with go:generate to keep secrets safe from the git history by generating code from environment variables, written in Go: https://github.com/alexandre-normand/safekeeper.
If you decide to grab the code and try hacking and find yourself lost, don’t hesitate to get in touch.