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Leigh Capili
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Jason de Containerface Sep 25
I was talking about trying to build a minimal Kubernetes style apiserver that supports CRDs and can be embedded... Here's a start to it:
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Libby Sep 23
Most people who know the name Sophie Scholl know she was a 21 year old German student activist who was executed by the Nazis for distributing anti-Nazi pamphlets on her college campus. But people don’t talk about what happened leading up to her execution, or what happened after.
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ACAB For Cutie Sep 24
Replying to @devonbl
Emoji diagram for clarification πŸ’»πŸ’ <----- πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»(you) πŸ’»πŸ’ πŸ’»πŸ’
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Leigh Capili Sep 24
Ah, good thinking -- do you think this could be worked around by getting the inode from /proc/self/exe or something similar? I'm unfamiliar with when /proc/ is set up time-relative to #!
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Adhita 😷 Sep 24
I initially thought cover letters are not useful but I learned that it gives people with career gaps, non-traditional backgrounds to better represent themselves. In many ways, a resume is very reductive and excludes a lot of people's life experiences
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Leigh Capili Sep 24
Replying to @kuzushi @IanColdwater
Some are ideologically unsafe
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Leigh Capili Sep 22
Replying to @IanColdwater @detiber
That would probably be the value add. Also could be useful for other workloads and API styles we haven't imagined.
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Leigh Capili Sep 22
Replying to @mauilion @detiber
rancher's kine solves that problem fairly well if I understand you're looking to decouple the storage to etcd? I'm guessing Jason was already thinking a storage client is in scope for apiserver-runtime. It's pretty intimately tied to API versioning and serialization
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Leigh Capili Sep 22
+1 fix it while you're young personal experience for me as well
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Leigh Capili Sep 21
It's seems overloaded though when you come at it from the k8s world. I started with Swarm and remember thinking it was a bit weird at first that DaemonSets were a separate idea. Numerous trade-offs in both designs for sure
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Leigh Capili Sep 21
Holy crap that's super cool
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Leigh Capili Sep 21
The swarm "deployment" kind can also perform statefulset and daemonset behavior. It's possible to control startup order, attach stable volumes via go templating the TaskID, and schedule global workloads
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Leigh Capili Sep 20
Replying to @directxman12
yeah, I feel this
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Solly Ross Sep 20
Replying to @directxman12
standup, day 2, still tracing through the same code path, having found 4 more layers of interfaces: I’m struggling in the Database Wow Wow / It doesn’t even matter if there is no hope / As the madness of the system grows
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Javeria Khan Sep 20
Was asked for end-to-end demo in my talk today. Some good ones are here: 1. GitOps ArgoCD tutorial: 2. does EKS + AWS App Mesh + Flux + Flagger:
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Leigh Capili Sep 19
It might be good to prefix your field name with "init" or suffix it with "OnCreation", then document that it gets copied to the status because it's intended as immutable
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Leigh Capili Sep 19
Replying to @_AkihiroSuda_
I'm very interested in an arm64 port of UML
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Leigh Capili Sep 19
Replying to @_AkihiroSuda_
Seems like a big cleanup considering the proposed document is significantly shorter while still containing additions
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Leigh Capili Sep 19
This happened to me in production I switched back to the Deb Then I switched to Windows
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Leigh Capili Sep 19
This is what we are looking to iterate with
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