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Aaron Crickenberger
he/him, Google, Kubernetes (SIG Beard, SIG Testing, Steering Committee, CNCF Conformance WG), ❤️☕️🎿🥁
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Łukasz Górnicki 19h
fyi from now on is now fully released with and migration from took just 3months
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Benjamin Elder Jan 15
The 0.1.0 alpha-grade release of is now out! 🤗 Now with multi-node clusters thanks to ⚠️ Try it! Break it! File bugs! Thank you so much to everyone who contributed! 🎉
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
Replying to @tophee
I knew I shouldn't have asked out loud why we even have that graph anymore
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
Replying to @xaprb @fuzzychef
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Christoph Blecker Jan 11
tfw you accidentally DoS your CI by using up your bot's whole GitHub token limit. Happy Friday!
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
I made a README. No idea if this will work, but let's find out
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
Replying to @mrmrcoleman @Jtf and 6 others
Bigger picture I think I have issues with conference driven development, but I'm still not sure I can articulate more than that (hat tip to for using that phrase in my post-kubecon tweet)
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
Replying to @mrmrcoleman @Jtf and 5 others
The delay in responding: twitter has been 1 part supportive surrounded by a timeline of 100 parts shouting into the void. It's tiring for me, and I wasn't sure what I could really add that others haven't said better. I have issues with more than just burnout at conference.
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
Replying to @mrmrcoleman @Jtf and 5 others
Like I get it. Self Care Is A Thing. You've Gotta Look Out For You. But I feel like burnout is nothing new around these parts. We're intentionally acting differently to address some other bad behaviors within our community. What could we be doing for this?
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 11
Replying to @mrmrcoleman @Jtf and 5 others
I'm curious what systemic issues and anti-patterns we as a community can address with "We Don't Do That Here"
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Laurie Voss Jan 10
It is very very hard to remember that doing Just One More Thing is a path that leads to burnout. This week I failed to deliver some things on time, but grinding myself down to a nub doesn't fix that, it just makes it more likely to happen again.
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 4
So you’re telling me you wear a utilikilt every day
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Aaron Crickenberger Jan 3
Special shout out to who registered for KubeCon as an employee of SIG-Beard. So now we get to experience sentences like "What's a good time for you to chat with us in the coming weeks about your chaos engineering initiatives at SIG-Beard?"
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Ashley McNamara Dec 27
How I’m walking into 2019 💫🎉🥂
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Aaron Crickenberger Dec 26
Of course! I feel like the community has the right to push back such that it’s felt internally, but I’m only ever used to motivating boots on the ground. Unclear how to make sure it’s felt at all levels
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Aaron Crickenberger Dec 26
What incentives could we offer, asks the lead of the next kubernetes release, acknowledging they are but one human attempting to reverse engineer the movement of the herd of cats to look like something loosely resembling a plan? But srsly I’m curious
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Aaron Crickenberger Dec 26
Replying to @KatharineBerry
old_er_ the trick is to stop dealing in absolutes and keep everything relative
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Aaron Crickenberger Dec 26
Replying to @guincodes
There's a joke in here somewhere but for some reason I find myself unable to explain where
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Aaron Crickenberger Dec 26
Replying to @spiffxp
The talk I most enjoyed giving, was, of course, the one I made up on the spot at the contributor summit, including a walk through our tools to answer why the flakiest integration test was failing.
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Aaron Crickenberger Dec 26
For your edutainment, a playlist of all my 2018 talks:
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