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    Rohan Kumar
    @rohanKanojia
    we need to update github badge also
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    you mean Readme.md ? +1
    Rohan Kumar
    @rohanKanojia
    yeah
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    heya!
    Devang Gaur
    @dev-gaur
    hey :)
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    so in the last week or so i've been asked at least 4 times about more info about jkube and when/where it is going....
    people want to understand where its heading from fmp and onwards.
    any places that is written today or something planned to get out and about with ? like a blog or something ?
    Devang Gaur
    @dev-gaur
    So, if I'm not wrong, we're gonna make one last release for fmp
    We're adding Java image builder support
    its actually added but a lot of refactor is required after several bug reports
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    okey - but right now majority of users are still on fmp - i don't think anyone (or at least only a few) is aware fmp is coming to end of life...
    Devang Gaur
    @dev-gaur
    So i think after that PR merges. FMP 4.4 will be the last release as per planned, and then full focus will be on Jkube
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    so would say we should make plan much more clear and public and give info on how to migrate (if even needed)
    Devang Gaur
    @dev-gaur
    yes, we're planning to right a sort of disclaimer on readme.md
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    wasn't there also some conversatons about changing package names etc. on heavily used apis ?
    Introductory blog post for JKube, published last week.
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    doing that just in readme.md aint going to be enough
    ah cool - haven't seen that one...reading
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    Unfortunately we're still decoupling JKube-kit from Maven and building some integration tests to verify nothing breaks down
    Devang Gaur
    @dev-gaur
    oh i didn't realise its there already!
    we can send a notice on mailing lists as well
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    Once we have a stable release we'll add the final deprecation notice for FMP and send public notice in all channels.
    Devang Gaur
    @dev-gaur
    shouldn't we inform the users priorly as well??
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    yes, that's the point of the deprecation notice in FMP main repo. But anyway, we're doing good progress with the decoupling, so I don't think it will be long until we drive efforts to make JKube widely adopted.
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    you should be posting to the mailing lists both publically and internally on this - don't wait - it will take time (months) for teams to respond to this!
    and get fabric8io account to tweet it out too
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    Will certainly do. Also we'll probably create a new JKube release in the next few days, so we can also advertise this.
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    +100
    Max Rydahl Andersen
    @maxandersen
    congrats on release of latest fmp! I saw https://twitter.com/fabric8io/status/1227941077677592576 i.e fabric8io tweeted about it but didn't mention the deprecation...
    @rhuss are you the one posting ?
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    Hi, @rohanKanojia posted the tweet.
    Tomorrow we'll probably release a new JKube version and also next week once we complete the initial decoupling from Maven.
    We'll keep posting updates as we progress.
    Rohan also completed the FMP-2-JKube migration guide, we'll reply to the e-mail thread once we merge his changes.
    Rohan Kumar
    @rohanKanojia
    :+1:
    Sumitro Palit
    @OrtimusPrime_twitter
    Are there any examples showing how to do blue-green deploys using jkube ?
    Rohan Kumar
    @rohanKanojia
    Hi @OrtimusPrime_twitter
    I don't think we have any quickstart for demonstrating blue-green deployments at the moment.
    Sumitro Palit
    @OrtimusPrime_twitter
    Thanks @rohanKanojia If you have plans to add b/g and canary build examples , that will be great. The plugin works great btw. Thanks !
    Rohan Kumar
    @rohanKanojia
    @OrtimusPrime_twitter : Thanks a lot for trying out our plugins and providing feedback. I really appreciate it!
    @OrtimusPrime_twitter : Could you please file an issue for canary build example so that this doesn't get lost in chat?
    Marc Nuri
    @manusa
    Hi @OrtimusPrime_twitter , regarding blue-green deployments we could add an example with two profiles that target different environments then simply run mvn prefix:goal -Pblue or mvn prefix:goal -Pgreento target each of the environments.
    Would this be ok? were you thinking in something else?
    Regarding canary deployments, I think we need more details to understand what were you thinking (Istio integration, etc.)
    Sumitro Palit
    @OrtimusPrime_twitter
    @manusa The b/g example you suggested should work. We are not sure about which service mesh we will use (istio vs linkerd vs something else) . At this point I am looking at different tools that can serve as building blocks to ease deployments. As far as I can see Jkube can help us generate the k8s artifacts. We are also looking at rancher (+rio) etc for the bigger picture. So, no hurries on the examples. Thanks.
    Sohrab
    @sohrab-
    Hey guys, just migrating from fmp to kmp. Is there different documentation for this or just keep going with https://maven.fabric8.io/?