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James Munnelly
Containers, Kubernetes, Golang and distributed systems. Solutions Engineer . cert-manager maintainer.
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James Munnelly Nov 9
Just signed up for my place at IceCubeCon, straight after KubeCon, courtesy of 🀯 I think it's safe to say we have hit the peak on the Kubernetes hype curve πŸ˜…
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James Munnelly Nov 5
Anyone out there using cert-manager and want to get more involved with development? I'm looking for maintainers to help with contributions, PR reviews, designs and general maintainership! Please get in touch if so! Either by replying here, DM, or k8s slack! πŸ˜ƒ
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Rimas Mocevicius Nov 5
Finally v1.11 support in which also supports πŸ‘
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James Munnelly Nov 4
Maybe one day a Node with virtual kubelet can become an extended trust domain, similar to namespaces. One node per tenant, where a node may in fact be many machines. Or maybe I am just too prepared to abuse the work of others πŸ˜…
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James Munnelly Nov 4
Glad to hear it! I am looking forward to getting IngressRoute set up in my own cluster. Also, (although a jetpack does sound great) πŸ˜„
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James Munnelly Nov 3
my partner is setting up a women in tech meetup in Birmingham and if possible she’d love to chat to you/ask some questions to draw on your experience if that’s okay! Could you follow me or so we can DM? πŸ˜„
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Jetstack Oct 31
First outfit of the night and has come as a 'service mesh' πŸ˜‚πŸ€£
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Red Hat, Inc. Oct 28
Red Hat will be combining forces with in what will go down as the largest company acquisition of all time to date. explains how Red Hat will remain a distinct unit in IBM.
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James Munnelly Oct 28
I've had this same realisation πŸ˜… I've barely touched the new CSI stuff, and now with out-of-tree everything Kubernetes is literally impossible to "know". The ecosystem is forever growing in core, in OSS, and even behind closed doors! πŸ™ˆ
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James Munnelly Oct 28
Maybe I should start reading the git diff between kubernetes/website release branches from now on πŸ™„
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James Munnelly Oct 28
Also, just to bring this way back around, I want to re-iterate this is a great kubectl tip πŸ˜„
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James Munnelly Oct 28
I've been struggling to write a response πŸ˜… but yes, this^^ The effort everyone puts into the community is astounding. So many people going out of there way to make awkward meeting times & committing hours and hours to help newcomers. πŸ‘ to everybody! (esp you !)
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James Munnelly Oct 27
... looks like it might work with CRDs too πŸ˜„
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James Munnelly Oct 27
It's a lazy, tweeting from my phone kinda day πŸ˜…
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James Munnelly Oct 27
This is awesome πŸ˜„ I guess this only works for for core types? How does this condition checking wizardry work for CRD types?!
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James Munnelly Oct 27
Replying to @embano1
Cert-manager is using it for all our e2e tests and local development now πŸ˜„ we should also be getting the first release over the next few days, with a (more) stable config surface and behaviour πŸ˜„
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James Munnelly Oct 23
πŸ˜…
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Matthew Garrett Oct 22
What in the actual fuck
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Darren Meyer Oct 22
So SQLite decided to adopt a code of conduct, which is great. But they decided to adopt one that isn't practical to enforce and that excludes anyone who's not an adherent to an Abrahamic tradition. No, really:
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James Munnelly Oct 22
Replying to @garethr
πŸ€” looks like your script has missed a few.. not too sure why, but there's >1 ValidatingWebhookConfiguration (and I'd guess >4 CRDs too!)
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