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    Matt Explosion
    @aldiyen
    I assume all those repos are just abandoned now that your team dissolved. I don’t use anything except helm though, so I have no idea whether or not people are using the others :wink:
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    did anyone ever fork quiver? that's definitely a solid lib.
    ah, getnelson did :smile:
    Matt Explosion
    @aldiyen
    maybe if they agree to transfer ownership of the repo (or even just put a darn note in the README) we can get them to transfer whatever else you’re still using under the getnelson org ¯_(ツ)_/¯
    wow that did not render properly
    also the gitter ios app is trash
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    i doubt they will transfer
    thats why we just made a fork
    Christopher Davenport
    @ChristopherDavenport
    I heard that Nelson may have some github specific code somewhere, wanted to see where that was as I like to check out prior art for the library I’m building.
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    @ChristopherDavenport i tweeted it at you
    @timperrett whos invention is NelsonFK
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    oh yes, i think that was me @adelbertc
    type NelsonFK[F[_[_], _], U] = Kleisli[F[IO, ?], NelsonConfig, U]
    or was it you? I’d have to git blame
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    definitely not me bruh
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    lol @adelbertc git blame says it was you
    oh but then it was me before
    i’d wager either me or greg, given its being used in the draining logic
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    prob when i moved it from Task to IO
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    yeah either me or greg
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    @ChristopherDavenport I was already about to round up a bunch of stuff for you :grin:
    Christopher Davenport
    @ChristopherDavenport
    I mean, I’m just trying to build out nicer api’s. So knowing what people are using most prevalently can guide my direction.
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    Content and deployment APIs are big ones for us, other than repos/users that you have covered
    I have a bunch of GH code all over more in the style you are taking because i didn't really like github4s, so i'm very stoked
    Christopher Davenport
    @ChristopherDavenport
    I just finished Content this morning,working on Pull Requests today as those are the API’s I actually use for like 90% of my automation. If there’s more content stuff than I have I can get that in since I’m working on it, and I can investigate into deployment api’s.
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    i can PR checks and deployments as i can just copy-pasta most of it and follow your patterns. events is a beast that probably warrants some discussion on implementation.
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    private scala-steward via nomad :pray: :confetti_ball:
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    i was leaning this way but after hashiconf i think magnetar needs to die and i need to ramp up the consul connect driven equivalent.
    deps should be able to become network dependencies and intentions. it should work under the existing structure, but klling off the ownership of routing...
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    @adelbertc @goedelsoup thought you might like to know we have the terraform provider worked with blueprints - https://github.com/getnelson/terraform-provider-nelson - we’re going to be working on publishing it to the public terraform registry
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    woooooo!
    will definitely use that soon
    Andrea
    @alkagin
    Hello, I don’t know if it’s the right place here, anyhow, when someone has time can they take a look at getnelson/helm#8 thank you :D
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    this works :smile: i'm taking a peek now but can't merge or execute the release. tim should pop in soon enough though.
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    @timperrett can you take a look at getnelson/helm#8
    i have a use case for this now as well
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    @timperrett have you considered moving the DC filter on the manifest from global to per-workload? i may be implementing this for my team soon, wondering if you had any insight or nah
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    @adelbertc be aware of this change: https://github.com/getnelson/nelson/pull/245/files
    @goedelsoup @alkagin merged and building now
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    @alkagin 6.0.15 released to central
    Andrea
    @alkagin
    thank you!
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    you’re welcome - sorry for the delay, gitter crashed and never got reopened on my mac, so was backed up on this chat
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    @timperrett was that a comment on my question or just in general
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    @adelbertc it wasnt on your note :) the DC filter probally should be on plan and not global
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    :+1:
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    @adelbertc do you still care about the k8s contexts PR?
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    @timperrett if you still care, i don't think so :laughing:
    Adelbert Chang
    @adelbertc
    we just implemented DC filters on a per-namespace basis in our fork of Nelson, PR coming soon...
    Timothy Perrett
    @timperrett
    @adelbertc i do indeed care about that - will you PR?
    Cory Parent
    @goedelsoup
    interested in what you think of this @timperrett https://www.nomadproject.io/guides/stateful-workloads/host-volumes.html
    I think this might kill my last argument against Nomad other than market share.