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<aanderse> i do not use a cloud provider
<gchristensen> aanderse: I was thinking about you, indeed :)
<aanderse> and the default of /run/keys is very bad for me
<aanderse> dawww <3
<aminechikhaoui> gchristensen oh you were asking about the default behavior, sorry :)
<aminechikhaoui> you'd have to ask Eelco or Rob about the history but I suspect because the first target was AWS maybe
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<gchristensen> aminechikhaoui: I think we need to decide on this poetry stuff. I really like that it makes a dev environment easy to set up and run, and simplifies the nixops Nix exprs a lot
<gchristensen> what do you think?
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<aminechikhaoui> gchristensen yeah it seems to make it much cleaner
<aminechikhaoui> I haven't tried it yet but the idea seems good to me
<gchristensen> cool
<gchristensen> let me know when you can try it?
<aminechikhaoui> I would just make sure Eelco is ok with that also regarding flakes plans
<aminechikhaoui> although it should not really matter
<aminechikhaoui> as even flakes can use whatever expressions we have
<gchristensen> right, I think flakes should not make a difference, but good point -- it should work with flakes almost right away
<aminechikhaoui> since we're in Covid-19 mode, I think I should have to play with it in the weekend :)
<aminechikhaoui> should have time *
<gchristensen> :) same
<aminechikhaoui> this WFH thingy is a bit hard, I have no notion of time anymore :D
<aminechikhaoui> I don't know when to start/end work
<samueldr> aminechikhaoui: you should start and stop when you did previously
<gchristensen> +1
<craige> Schedule breaks for a stretch, walk, short chage of secenary, even for as little as 5 minutes regularly. If you can, get outside for a bit.
<aminechikhaoui> craige yes I need to work on that :-)
<craige> You're not alone. IIRC most people struggle with working from home.