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Contributed to matelang/jwt-go-aws-kms, ragona/quorum, gkelly/dotfiles and 15 other repositories

Contribution activity

November 2022

Created 4 commits in 2 repositories
Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in DataDog/glommio that received 3 comments

RFC: Initial vsock stream support

What does this PR do? Adds initial vsock stream socket support to glommio. This is just to start a discussion of the approach, and is NOT ready to …

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Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
ragona/quorum 1 merged

Created an issue in ragona/quorum that received 2 comments

Ergonomics of ChaCha20-Poly1305

One thing that strikes me as potentially useful for a tool like this is the ability to encrypt a value to the quorum without having to assemble the…

Opened 2 other issues in 1 repository
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