So I discovered Attempto Controlled English. It's kind of like Prolog, but it's also readable English. Not really NLP (it's really easy to confuse), but still interesting.
Example: A draft is valid and has 50 dollars. A draft is invalid and has 100 dollars. If a draft is valid and has A then a teller gives A. Who gives what? - what = (at least 50) dollar, who = (at least 1) teller
So there is now a plan to run 5VDC power on a grid of medium-gauge wires across a bit of the ceiling (with appropriate precautions), and then take a bunch of cheap USB-powered devices, clip off the plugs, put on alligator clips, and dangle them from the aforementioned grid. I am fully in support of this plan, as it goes to support my postulate that all electrical power systems are compatible if you try hard enough.
Me: Should be easy enough to deploy NextCloud on OpenShift, especially with this existing template someone already threw together.
OpenShift: Provisioning of persistent volume claim failed. Pods for deployment nextcloud took over 600 seconds to become available. Deployment failed. Scaled replication controller nextcloud from 1 to 0. Deleted pod nextcloud-2hg6d.
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