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August 2022

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Created a pull request in coder/coder that received 32 comments

feat: Add switches for auto-start and auto-stop

Closes #3051 Refactors scheduling util functions to separate auto-start from auto-stop since they are now independently enable-able Changes defaul…

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Improve UX of disabled auto-start/stop

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