Please will you consider changing this language? I have a weird pet hate for people always “deep diving” into things 😅

“this time we’re going to look in detail at deploying …”

This is all really good, Ben. I’m excited about getting more of the technical help articles on the blog. Thanks for putting it together.

Please may you consider adding a short conclusion to the article? Something like:

“So that’s it, you just deployed Fleet on AWS and Terraform. If you run into any trouble, reach out to us and the community in our Slack channel for help.”

Is this a proper noun? If not I think it should be lowercase “t”

Think there should be a comma between the code and “so.”

I don’t understand enough about what you are doing in the tutorial to know the full context, but I think this reads better (again, depending on the context of what you are actually asking folks to do):

“You should see the plan output, and you’ll need to confirm creation. Review this output and type yes when ready. This should take about 5-10 minutes.”

Sorry, I mean “needs a period”. I’m English 😅

Needs a full stop at the end of this sentence.

Mike Thomas

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