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gkop/elastic-beanstalk-ruby 91

Better practices for running Ruby on Elastic Beanstalk using Amazon's AMI

gkop/bbase 5

Website of artist Berta Golahny

gkop/org-stalker 4

Aggregates the public activity of a Github organization and its members into a single, easy-to-stalk activity feed

gkop/beautiful-public-key 2

Find a beautiful public key

elbartostrikesagain/Pummel 1

Rails gem to loadtest your web app using capybara

gkop/blog 1

Product of Rails Getting Started Guide and substrate for experiments in Noisebridge Rails class

gkop/find_communities-ruby 1

Ruby implementation of Louvain community detection method

gkop/https-everywhere 1

The official Github mirror of the HTTPS Everywhere repository at https://gitweb.torproject.org/https-everywhere.git. You can send pull requests here.

gkop/active_job_status 0

Job status and batches for Active Job

gkop/barometer 0

A multi API consuming weather forecasting superstar.

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issue closedbitnami/bitnami-docker-postgresql

Master/slave terminology is unnecessarily violent and outdated

Hey there! I love how easy it is to set up replication with this container, thank you for developing it.

I did find however in working with the container, that the documentation and environment variables include many references to the term "slave", which evokes violent imagery and diminishes from the quality of my experience, and could make some people feel excluded from using or contributing to the project.

I was curious if you'd be open to replacing the term slave with standby as Postgres itself has done, and also perhaps replace master with primary.

Some context: https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/flat/E393EC88-377F-4C59-A67A-69F2A38D17C7@yesql.se

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issue openedbitnami/bitnami-docker-postgresql

Master/slave terminology is unnecessarily violent and outdated

Hey there! I love how easy it is to set up replication with this container, thank you for developing it.

I did find however in working with the container, that the documentation and environment variables include many references to the term "slave", which evokes violent imagery and diminishes from the quality of my experience, and could make some people feel excluded from using or contributing to the project.

I was curious if you'd be open to replacing the term slave with standby as Postgres itself has done, and also perhaps replace master with primary.

Some context: https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/flat/E393EC88-377F-4C59-A67A-69F2A38D17C7@yesql.se

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