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Ilya Dmitrichenko
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jessie frazelle 👩🏼‍🚀 Jan 19
If you are an open source project that is not hosted on GitHub (perhaps you use a different code review tool or a different issue tracker). I’m curious what you’d like to see in GitHub that would make you switch. Email me jessfraz [at] github :) happy Saturday go back to Netflix.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 19
we have fixed many bugs in eksctl this week, thanks to all who have tested config file feature! those who haven't seen it yet, the docs are here
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 19
Ship by is really excellent. It's amazing how ecosystem is evolving! Works great with Weave Flux, by the way.
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Ian Crosby Jan 18
Finally tried out , super quick and easy to get EKS clusters up and running, thanks and team!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 18
Replying to @monadic @DanielJonesEB
I was actually looking into this, as someone else asked - see , happy to chat more on DM or Slack :)
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Chris Short Jan 17
I like how I can use socks for a wide range of sporting events.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 16
Replying to @monkchips @sogrady
here you go, the moon is flat. so is the earth. swear.
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 16
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Paul Johnston Jan 16
Come on tech! Sign up
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Ben Hall Jan 16
I'm searching for a front-end developer with an eye for design for some remote freelance work. Suggestions/recommendations welcome!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 16
Replying to @monkchips @lizrice
Eh, my bad, it is Liz! Thought you wore a Weaveworks t-shirt :)
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 15
pretty sure it's on the photo, even though it's a little pixely
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Marcus Maxwell Jan 14
Replying to @bacongobbler @ianmiell
My main gripe though is that for a developer the amount of learning required to even get into writing production ready helm charts is ludicrous. Many would rather jinja2 standard k8s yaml than deal with helm.
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Marcus Maxwell Jan 14
Replying to @bacongobbler @ianmiell
As I can see some of it will be fixed in Helm 3(but that also comes with its own drawbacks like Lua). Here is a basic example, if I download a mysql chart and want to modify it my options are: 1. Send a fix upstream 2. Fork it and deal with maintaining it now 3. Use Kustomize
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Yusuke KUOKA Jan 14
Awesome to see the thing I have contributed to CA 2 years ago , improved by many people aftterwards, is finally being integrated into eksctl 🎉
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 15
Replying to @monadic @ianmiell and 2 others
For advanced strategies, checkout by
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 14
Replying to @hekonsek
The examples I have looked at early on were hugelly ambiguous, hard to read, but my memory is vague too. Could you point it a good example that you like?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 14
Replying to @GianArb
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 14
Replying to @mindful_monk
Also, I think it is the old OpenDNS IP basically, I do recall using it one day; they only manage to acquire 1.1.1.1 last year :)
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jan 14
Replying to @mindful_monk
I don't know, must be a dependency. Please file a bug. Can you please try to grep vendor/ for this IP?
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