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Anthony Yeh
Software engineer working on and . Honorary Amy.
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Stefan Schimanski Nov 12
This is big: CustomResourceDefinition (CRDs) webhook conversion merged just in time for 1.13 as alpha feature. Shout-out to Mehdy Bohlool
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Anthony Yeh Nov 7
Release notes for Metacontroller v0.3.0: Cluster-scoped resources, finalizers, and more. Thanks to everyone who's contributed!
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Anthony Yeh Oct 30
Using GitHub's new "suggested changes" feature to insert an Oxford comma when reviewing a docs PR is...
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Anthony Yeh Oct 30
Nice take on a multi-cluster version of kubebuilder's controller-runtime by . If they integrate with cluster-registry, then multi-cluster orchestration starts to look just like multi-node. Next step: multi-planet?
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Anthony Yeh Oct 29
Replying to @enisoc
By the way, if you think this change will affect you, I'd be interested in hearing why. I would think it's a pretty obscure use case to use generation without "/status", hence the "super nerd" designation.
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Anthony Yeh Oct 29
Replying to @rawkode
In any case, it's not too late to make changes before 1.13 if anyone has better ideas. That's part of the motivation behind giving a heads up.
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Anthony Yeh Oct 29
Replying to @rawkode
There was a long discussion in the PR. Ultimately we think this is the only approach that truly respects the semantics of generation. It was essentially a bug that we didn't do this before.
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Anthony Yeh Oct 29
Heads up for all you CRD super nerds out there: In 1.13, metadata.generation will be incremented regardless of whether you turn on "/status" subresource support.
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Anthony Yeh Sep 20
Replying to @TheAmyCode @davecheney
Free startup idea for someone: Instagram, but for code snippets.
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Anthony Yeh Sep 20
The last screenshot shows frontal crash again instead of rollover.
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Anthony Yeh Sep 18
Replying to @kubernetesio @0xRLG
This was the first-ever feature request for Metacontroller (issue no. 2). I thought it was still blocked on limitations in core , but jumped in and proved it could work, then wrote the code, tests, and docs.
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Anthony Yeh Sep 18
Thanks to , Metacontroller (on :latest) can now manage cluster-scoped resources, opening up lots of new possibilities for cluster admins: inject things in every Namespace, auto-label your Nodes, automate custom RBAC policies...
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Anthony Yeh Sep 1
Replying to @MaartjeME @krisnova
Sherlock: "Whoever owns this laptop is a coder... predominantly in the Go language." Watson: "How could you possibly know that?!" Sherlock: "Elementary!"
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Anthony Yeh Aug 23
Replying to @bharanis @rothgar
Haha good idea. I don't have the special outfit though. :(
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Anthony Yeh Aug 21
Replying to @sqs @srcgraph
Someone posted a link on a PR thread to some relevant code they found with it. I didn't notice it wasn't the regular GitHub viewer until my cursor happened to pause over a symbol and I was offered the option to "go to definition".
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Anthony Yeh Aug 21
I wish someone had told me about sooner. Regex search, code navigation, and git blame for GitHub repos.
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Anthony Yeh Aug 15
Replying to @rothgar
The proof is in the pods.
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Anthony Yeh Aug 9
Replying to @bradfitz
Last time I saw this error, it ultimately meant, "I expected to find a JSON field name at this position in the stream, but the thing I found is not valid as a field name."
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Anthony Yeh Jul 27
I've got that song from La La Land stuck in my head, only instead of "someone in the crowd" it's "somewhere in the cloud", and it's about users trying to migrate their workloads to .
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Anthony Yeh Jul 27
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