I’m going to discontinue skd, though it has never reached a productive version. I’m sorry.
skd was born out of the idea of a small and easy way for a very basic configuration management. However, tools like Puppet or Ansible are doing a much better job at it and everybody’s using them, so skd has no point.
I originally wrote it for a company, that wasn’t using any configuration management (and I guess isn’t still), but that’s not what you should do nowadays. You should do configuration management when you have to administer a rather complex grid of machines or else you’ll fail sooner or later.
Besides, I recently checked skds codebase and it reeks because of its age, so I would have to recode most of the parts.
So, goodbye, skd.