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Ian Coldwater πŸ“¦πŸ’₯
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brandi alexander | πŸπŸ”…πŸ‘¨β€πŸ³ Jan 4
Replying to @IanColdwater @jeefy
I think nearly murdered me a while ago when I jokingly complained about there not being enough communication around the deprecation and he thought I was serious. But are all my resources updated now? No they are not.
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Ian Coldwater πŸ“¦πŸ’₯ Jan 4
Replying to @bdimcheff @jeefy
Going to make myself real popular here: I do not think there was enough communication around the deprecation, or at least I think a lot of end users didn't receive it I do not think this was for lack of trying upstream, though
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John Best 🌹 Jan 4
Replying to @IanColdwater
Serious question: what should we switch to?
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Ian Coldwater πŸ“¦πŸ’₯ Jan 4
Replying to @Wintermute21
Here is the info you need to know!
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A ✨ Jan 4
Replying to @IanColdwater
speaking of apiVersions stuff, is there a way to easily detect what's out of date and what the latest apiVersion is for objects? being "in the know" is a lot of work and i don't mind updating, but looking up each item and seeing if there's a newer version sucks
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Ian Coldwater πŸ“¦πŸ’₯ Jan 4
Replying to @AwkwardGoodbyes
That is a really fantastic question that solutions are being discussed for in various forks of this thread! Where would you expect to find something like that, and what kind of information would you want/expect to find in it?
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Sallar Jan 4
Replying to @IanColdwater
Sure, when the official documentation stops presenting it as the normal way to do things. Not everyone has insights into the inner workings of Kubernetes
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Ian Coldwater πŸ“¦πŸ’₯ Jan 4
Replying to @sallar
Can I ask where you would expect to find information like this in the documentation? You don't have to share if you don't want to, but I think it could help the Kubernetes project gain a better understanding of how to reach more users if you did <3
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Replying to @IanColdwater
Lawful Evil: Semantic versioning on the endpoint. Chaotic Evil: Semantic versioning on the endpoint, with appended commit hashes.
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Ian Coldwater πŸ“¦πŸ’₯ Jan 4
Replying to @TactiFail
It's all fun and games until 1.16 deprecates your hardcoded paths and somebody loses an eye
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