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Chris Aniszczyk
Building / Open Source Pragmatist / Avid Runner / Bourbon / Always Paying it Forward
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The Linux Foundation 33m
EU will feature new tracks and a broader range of technologies driving open source innovation; submit your proposal soon:
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Chris Aniszczyk 1h
vacation for the holiday weekend
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Chris Aniszczyk 3h
any tips on a good hugo theme for multilingual docs? I'm working to convert the guides to support hugo now and bumming around themes e.g.,
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Chris Aniszczyk 3h
Replying to @sayrer @lizwinks
so excited, waiting for to pull some strings
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Chris Aniszczyk 3h
heading to CDMX for a small vacation this holiday weekend, taco omakase please!
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Chris Aniszczyk 3h
good on Docker: "Introducing Play with Kubernetes"
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Chris Aniszczyk 4h
Replying to @sebgoa @Exoscale
awesome, I know a few in the EU zone starting this, look forward to them being certified :)
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Chris Aniszczyk 5h
Replying to @tsaha @fredericl and 2 others
also a lot of news this week on open infra, I feel like I need to remind people that the community exists and has been driving that successful mission the last few years with and it’s 20 other cloud native projects, join us :)
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Chris Aniszczyk 8h
here's a cloud native book list by our ambassadors too!
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Mikeal Rogers 8h
Replying to @mikeal
Treating anything a company puts out as open source as a public benefit blinds us from the very real difference between how companies manage these projects. Some companies are great at opening up and have real participatory projects, others aren't.
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Mikeal Rogers 9h
Replying to @mikeal
I think this is now happening with "sustainable." Terms that used to be closely associated with contributors and how they grow, make decisions, and stay healthy, are going to be co-opted by companies that want to paint their control as a public benefit.
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Mikeal Rogers 9h
Let me get this straight. Facebook retains full control and ownership over this project, and for "the community" they are opening up to other people GIVING THEM MONEY to sustain the project?
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SPIFFE 9h
Do you have opinions about using JWT w/ SPIFFE? If so, take a read of 's first draft of the SPIFFE JWT SVID spec!
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Chris Aniszczyk 9h
FYI: looking for a job in Austin to bring to the wider Python/Anaconda data science ecosystem? is hiring someone! (you also get to work with as a bonus)
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Joe Beda 11h
. posts a great question on : "How has Kubernetes failed you?" Would love for folks to share experiences:
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Chris Aniszczyk 11h
Replying to @gwestr
totally agree... why don't they just repeal prop 13 to start if they need to raise tax revenue...
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Alfonso Acosta 12h
I am incredibly excited to announce that will be promoting and fostering Scope as a community project. Full announcement and details:
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CNCF 12h
Want to join us in Seattle for + North America? Register by May 31 to save BIG on your pass 👏🏽 
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Chris Aniszczyk May 23
found a cheapish SPG hotel on market street and am staying in a bunk bed
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Chris Aniszczyk May 23
emails like this definitely make for a better week! please help out our friends at if you can make it over there to speak, will be sending some swag and books over there! speakers@cloudnativewales.io
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