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kubernetes: Stop using "master" to describe the control plane #912

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@adamwg adamwg commented Nov 9, 2020

Along with the broader Kubernetes community and industry, we're moving away from using the word "master" to describe the Kubernetes control plane. We've never explicitly referred to either in our API or control panel, but we do mention it in the docs for doctl k8s cluster get. Update those docs to be more accurate by describing the k8s API server rather than the nebulous "master node".

Along with the broader Kubernetes community and industry, we're moving away from
using the word "master" to describe the Kubernetes control plane. We've never
explicitly referred to either in our API or control panel, but we do mention it
in the docs for `doctl k8s cluster get`. Update those docs to be more accurate
by describing the k8s API server rather than the nebulous "master node".
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👍 LGTM

@andrewsomething andrewsomething merged commit 4b8d28e into digitalocean:master Nov 9, 2020
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