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appsmith

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Give back to open source

The idea is simple: Send 24 pull requests between December 1st and December 24th, encouraging contributors to give back to open source projects with little gifts of code throughout December.

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Amp is a non-blocking concurrency framework for PHP.
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GitHub Actions Hackathon 2021

November 08, 2021 - December 08, 2021 • Online

This four-week hackathon challenges the community to submit workflows leveraging existing actions.

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lazydocker

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mudasar187
mudasar187 commented Jul 1, 2019

Hi, i'v tested out lazydocker today and i love it!
A feature to have is to have names on the containers where the Services window is.

I have a docker-compose.yml file:

version: '3.7'

services:
  mongodb:
    image: mongo
    container_name: "db_app"
    ports:
      - "27017:27017"

  frontend:
    image: quizgame/webclient
    container_name: "web_app"
    build:
   
dapr

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tanvigour
tanvigour commented Nov 24, 2021

Kubernetes cluster cert expires after a year. After the expiration the cert need to be updated. There needs to a way of notifying the user of this expiration through logging. One way could be using Kubernetes events to log the warning at the expiration event. Please refer to the epic for this for more context : dapr/cli#807

Feel free to chime in with more ideas around

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