Another boring release, with mostly bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements. Highlights …
Keeping our pace of 1 minor a month, this is the January 2023 release.
It is packed with some juicy features and tons of bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements.
Let’s take a look:
- GoReleaser Pro now can now create changelog subgroups
- You can create and push Docker images/manifests with Ko (big thanks to @developerguyba and @ImJasonH for all the work here)
- More templateable fields:
--cleanin favor of
- As always, a lot of bug fixes and documentation improvements
GitHub Action incident
Last Friday (Jan 27th), we had a rather big
incident due to a
GitHub website change. We were using a URL to get the release that was not in
the API domain, but was working well for a couple of years. GitHub changed it,
and we, as well as many other projects, got an incident in our hands. This is
definitely our fault, though, we should have been using the guaranteed API
endpoints instead. That said, we fixed it rather quickly, even though it was a
Friday night. Since then, we also made more changes to use the
served by our website instead of GitHub’s API, which also avoids rate limits and
issues with GHE users. I also wanna give huge props to
@crazy-max for working hard on all that, as well
as everyone who helped debug and test everything on
- GoReleaser now has ~11.2k stars and 322 contributors! Thanks, everyone!
- We are now present in the fediverse, give us a follow at @firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We eventually discuss new features in our Discord server. Join the conversation!
- nFPM had new releases as well, check it out.
This is a cross-post from GoReleaser’s blog!