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Windows 11: How to Install WSL2 and Linux Distros

I’m not going to lie. Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a helpful technology. It’s supposed to have made getting a Linux environment on Windows easier. However, having just tried getting it up and running on the lone Windows box I own, I can confirm it’s a pain to install unless you’re a Windows system administrator or know what you’re doing. The hype for WSL2 appears to have overlooked the user experience....

August 18, 2022 · 4 min · Chris Short
Prow + Tide = Happy Kubernetes Contributors

Prow and Tide for Kubernetes Contributors

In my work in the Kubernetes world, I look up a label or Prow command often. The systems behind the scenes (Prow and Tide) are here to help Kubernetes Contributors get stuff done. Labeling which SIG, WG, subproject, etc. is as important as the issue or PR having someone assigned. To quote the docs, “Tide is a Prow component for managing a pool of GitHub PRs that match a given set of criteria....

May 6, 2022 · 3 min · Chris Short