#random (2024-07)

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2024-07-04

Mehak avatar

wanted to know the average temperature at honemoon places in europe during 30 nov - 15 dec? Is it a good time for honeymoon there?

theherk avatar
theherk

Europe is a pretty big place. But yeah, of all the continents, it’s a pretty good one to be on. Have any place in particular?

Niek Neuij avatar
Niek Neuij

I mean, if you’re going to Valencia or Palermo or Cyprus, then yes, I guess… Europe is a big place

theherk avatar
theherk

Probably won’t be very awesome in Bergen. I mean, I’m wearing a sweater and raincoat today… It’s July.

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Niek Neuij avatar
Niek Neuij

a dog barked at me in Bergen because I wasn’t holding an umbrella

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Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang
#2280 [EKS]: eksctl support status update

AWS is aware of the recent announcement from Weaveworks about shutting down commercial operations. In addition to their significant contributions to the the CNCF and open source, Weaveworks has been a great partner to EKS and we are continuously grateful to Weaveworks for their leadership and development of the eksctl project.

In 2019, AWS and Weaveworks formed a partnership to designate the open-source eksctl CLI tool as the officially supported CLI for Amazon EKS, driven by significant customer demand and the tool’s capability to streamline and automate numerous EKS cluster management tasks. Since then, EKS as a service has evolved, implementing features that closed some of those early automation gaps. eksctl has always stayed a step ahead, adding usability enhancements before similar features are built into EKS service APIs.

Last year, AWS and Weaveworks announced a renewed partnership to co-develop eksctl. As part of that announcement, the eksctl project was moved under the shared /eksctl-io GitHub organization, and AWS engineers were added as project maintainers. Moving forward, AWS will take over full responsibility and ownership of the eksctl. We plan to continue development to meet the needs of customers with continued frequent eksctl releases. We are fully committed to the ongoing development and maintenance of eksctl. Later in 2024, we will move the eksctl project repo to the /aws GitHub organization. We will leave this issue open in case of any questions, comments, or concerns.

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang
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Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

not good for Plumi

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