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Contributed to elastic/kibana, spalger/advent-of-code, elastic/kibana-buildkite-library and 33 other repositories

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May 2022

Created a pull request in elastic/kibana that received 4 comments

[ci] bump kibana-buildkite-library

Bumps kibana-buildkite-library to enable customizing retries on FTR Config jobs.

+7 −7 4 comments
Opened 38 other pull requests in 2 repositories
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Created an issue in elastic/kibana that received 4 comments

[ci] Provide some mechanism to follow the status of a specific FTR config

When CI was broken up manually into CI Groups you could watch a specific CI Group which you knew included some test that you were working on and wh…

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