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[REVIEW]: hotsub - Command line tool to run batch jobs with ETL framework concurrently on cloud services #1069
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@brainstorm - before we accept this, can we update the references to be actual citations in the text?
Also, it looks like we need to add a date to the
Yes, you need to remove all of the content underneath the references section here and instead, cite the entries in your
That should be fine yes.
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