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    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    Hey all, please ask any gilt/gfc-* library related questions here. Enjoy!
    glebsts
    @glebsts
    Hello. While building one OSS project, got
    Could not find com.gilt:gfc-semver_2.11:0.1.0.
    from mavencentral. Tried other repos, but same.
    Discontinued?
    @gheine
    glebsts
    @glebsts
    ok, had to add Gilt Group Bintray Repo to repo list. Sad story maven central lists this dependency but does not host it.
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    Oh, good point. I'll update to publish to maven central. Thx!
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    @glebsts I've just released gfc-semver 0.0.3 on maven central
    glebsts
    @glebsts
    @gheine thnx. Better late than never :D
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    :thumbsup:
    Joseph Price
    @joprice
    does gfc-timeuuid work across multiple threads and processes? e.g., a series of multi-threaded processes running in docker containers
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    each time-uuid is guaranteed to be unique. wrt to ordering guarantees between uuids generated by distributed processes this is limited by the preciseness of clock synchronization between the nodes.
    Sergi GP
    @sergigp
    Hi guys, sorry for the question bc i'm a noob... :( I want to try gfc-aws-kinesis but i don't see this package in maven. I've to build the jar on my own or there is some way to include the dependency in build.sbt in "the standard way" ? Thanks for your help!
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    @sergigp you can find gfc-aws-kinesis in maven central, see http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/gilt/
    If you're using sbt for your builds, you can use the double % to signal sbt that the dependency is scala versioned, like "com.gilt" %% "gfc-aws-kinesis" % "0.9.0"
    Sergi GP
    @sergigp
    @gheine thank you, I don't know why but I've tried what you've said some hours ago and sbt couldn't resolve the dependency. Now it looks like it's working. Thank you!!
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    :thumbsup:
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    Scala 2.12-RC1 versions of gfc-collection, gfc-concurrent, gfc-crypto, gfc-id, gfc-time and gfc-util released
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    All gfc* libs are now available for scala 2.12
    pkelly03
    @pkelly03
    Hey all - I want to use gfc-aws-kinesis, but documentation seems pretty light compared to the gfc-kinesis which is now deprecated. Looking for snippet for publishing an event to a stream and reading from a stream
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    @pkelly03 I've tidied the examples a bit, and added an example for publishing events.
    Vasilis Nicolaou
    @vaslabs

    Hello,
    I have a pull request that I want to submit.
    Basically, DynamoDB has a stream and amazon recommends using the kinesis adapter dynamo stream client. So, I've modified the configuration to accept the adapter as a parameter (can be done also with a flag I guess) and the worker puts the adapter in place of the KinesisClient.
    Also, the user that wants to read from a dynamo stream just needs to provide a KinesisRecordReader implicitly which takes into account the EventName which is basically the dynamodb operation.

    Would you be interested in this feature?

    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    Hi Vasilis, thanks for your PR! Looks great! I had just a few minor remarks and comments that you can find inline. I wasn't quite sure I understand why the change in dynamo table name is neccessary.
    Vasilis Nicolaou
    @vaslabs
    thanks, working on it, I commented the explanation, let me know if you need more info
    Vasilis Nicolaou
    @vaslabs
    Hello,
    Could you release the latest changes please?
    Gregor Heine
    @gheine
    @vaslabs just released 0.12.1