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      Ah this is great. I’ll migrate to this when it gets more stable.

      btw: the ml tag is for the ML-family of programming languages, like OCaml, StandardML, etc.

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            We have a blog to illustrate the filtering feature:

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            Gotcha. Are you using qdrant, pinecone, or something else?

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                Hi, Qdrant DevRel employee here.

                Why do you intend to migrate from Qdrant? Is there a specific thing you are unhappy with? Or is there a missing feature that would persuade you to stay?

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                  I’m loving the attention here :) — no, the thing I’d be hoping to gain is tighter integration with the rest of my data. For most of my data, I can use transactions, constraints, foreign keys, etc. But for Qdrant, it’s an external system where I have to build that stuff in myself. TL;DR the usual arguments against NoSQL or eventual consistent systems.

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                    Yeah, I think in some cases you just do not need a specialized vector db. We have a blog post for it: .

                    PS: I also like the qdrant project.

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                    That’s interesting! So I suppose the rest of your data is in Postgres? How would you like to integrate it further?

                    I’m asking because I’m currently prototyping a Postgres extension for Qdrant. It’s just a proof of concept at the moment, but I think it might be valuable to get to know the requirements actual users have.

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            Hi, we already implemented the pre-filter in We will release it and write a blog post for it. Will let you know!


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      I’m just using shell.nix. A nice explanation of the benefits over shell.nix/nix-shell would be welcome.

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        The benefit to me is that there is no need to learn nix :-) /cc @lagoja

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          But learning Nix is a skill that can obsolesce most other build systems, containers, etc. and is a skill probably worth learning if that interests you.

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            You should also learn how to darn socks, and make your own toothpaste. Two skills you can use until you die of old age.

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            Yeah, I agree. It is worth learning for me. But maybe not for everyone. It is why I like devbox.

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      I think this is the write-up where the author explains how he developed it:

      Have not read it yet, but looks interesting, because I was curious how you implement a SSH-server replacement.

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        golang’s ssh package supports that. It is easy to implement a new sshd alternative.

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        Here is a tiny implementation

        It’s a super barebones implementation of ContainerSSH to demonstrate how it works