In this meeting among the State Changers, the group discussed the details of object entries' manipulation. The keyword "get entries" was predominantly referred to. There was some confusion about whether or not "get entries" would be able to handle an object within another object. The consensus was that it could not deal with nested objects, as its manipulation is shallow rather than deep - it only deals with the first level of the object and leaves any deeper structures unchanged. The term "Deep vs Shallow" was clarified in context of object traversal. The proposed solution was to flatten any nested objects to make them easier to handle, especially if the complex nature of nested objects isn't explicitly required. The overall tone was highly technical, with participants trying to better understand specific functional programming concepts.