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Announcing GoReleaser v2

The new major version of GoReleaser is here!

Updating Snapcraft secrets

If you, like me, release your projects to the Snap Store using GoReleaser, you might need to …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.26 - The last v1, probably

Happy mother’s day! This will be probably the last minor v1 release of GoReleaser. V2 …

GoTime #311 - Ship software, not code

I was live with Natalie to discuss how GOOS and GOARCH spark joy. Go Time 311: Ship software, …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.25 - Easter Edition

Happy Easter! The second release of 2024 is here! It’s the result of 2 months of work by …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.24 - the first of 2024

Happy new year! The first release of 2024 is here! Highlights security: goreleaser would log …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.23 — the last of 2023

The yearly Christmas edition, and the last release of 2023. This release contains mostly small …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.22 — steady improvement

Another boring release, with mostly bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements. Highlights …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.21 — mostly bug fixes

A boring release, mostly bug fixes. Boring is good. Highlights You can now sort tags by semver …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.20 — a quality-of-life release

A little over 100 commits in small-ish quality-of-life improvements.

Announcing GoReleaser v1.19 — the big release

Almost 200 commits adding Nix, Winget, and much more…

Announcing GoReleaser v1.18 — the maintainers month release

May is the maintainers month, so I would first like to thank all the maintainers out there for …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.17 — the late Easter release

The Easter release is here!

Announcing GoReleaser v1.16 — the late February release

The February release got a little late… better later than even later, I guess! 😄 …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.15 — the first of 2023

Keeping our pace of 1 minor a month, this is the January 2023 release. GoReleaser’s Ko …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.14 — the Christmas release

Another month, another release! In fact, the last release of the year. This one in particular …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.13 — the November release

Another month, another release! Like the previous 2 releases, this is a beefy one: over 100 …

GoReleaser v1 — one year later

We launched GoReleaser v1 exactly 1 year ago today! onefetch First, I wanted to wholeheartedly …

GoReleaser Split and Merge

Since v1.12.0-pro, GoReleaser can split and merge its release process. This means that you can …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.12 — the more-than-a-hundred commits release

The previous release had ~100 commits, and this one has 149 since previous feature release! …

Creating a tag and releasing from a GitHub Action, with GoReleaser

Most people run GoReleaser by creating a tag locally, pushing it, and letting their CI takes …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.11 — the hundred commits release

This release took a while, for all the good reasons: a ton of new features and bug fixes for …

Enabling Nightly releases using GoReleaser Pro

GoReleaser Pro v1.11+ added support to keeping a nightly release. That means that, whenever you …

Shipping completions for Go CLIs using GoReleaser and Cobra

Everyone likes command line completions, so much that some even install extra tools just to …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.10 — the summer release

Fun fact: it is actually winter now here in Brazil. Regardless, this release is packed with new …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.9 — the 10k stars release

This release contains several minor improvements and a couple of new features! Let’s have …

Reproducible builds with GoReleaser

GoReleaser can help you, to some extent, to have reproducible builds. Reproducible Builds What …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.8 — the GOAMD64 release

This release’s biggest feature is the GOAMD64 support. Highlights support GOAMD64(#3016) …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.7 — The Go 1.18 release

The title would have been more creative if it was GoReleaser 1.18 as well… maybe… …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.6 — the boring release

GoReleaser 1.6 is out! Another “boring” release with some miscellaneous …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.5 — the misc improvements release

GoReleaser 1.5 is out, with a handful of miscellaneous improvements. Highlights Better manpages …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.4 — the AUR release

GoReleaser can now create and publish Arch Linux PKGBUILD files to Arch User Repositories! …

Announcing GoReleaser 1.3 — the first of 2022

We just launched GoReleaser v1.3, the first release of 2022! Highlights Announce to any HTTP …

Announcing GoReleaser v1.2 — Santa/5 year anniversary edition

GoReleaser v1.2 is out — likely be the last feature release of 2021. It also marks the first 5 …

Changelog grouping with GoReleaser v1.1

In the v1.1 release, GoReleaser introduced a new feature called “changelog groups”. …

Testing Linux packages on GitHub Actions

One issue we had from time to time on GoReleaser was related to its Linux packages. We had a …

Announcing GoReleaser v1 — the first v1 release

Hello everyone! I’ve been holding on the “v1” release for, checks notes, …

Using the new prebuilt builder on GoReleaser

You can now import pre-built binaries into GoReleaser! This feature was made with mainly two …

Signing releases with cosign and GoReleaser

In GoReleaser v0.176.0 (both OSS and Pro), we released the ability to sign Docker images - with …

Supply chain integrity with GoReleaser using Go mod proxy

Since the infamous SolarWinds attack, supply chain integrity is something a lot of people are …

Multi-platform Docker images with GoReleaser, Podman and GitHub Actions

A few months ago, I published a post on Multi-platform Docker images with GoReleaser and GitHub …

Using GoReleaser includes feature

GoReleaser Pro was released about a month ago, and with it, the ability to include GoReleaser …

Announcing GoReleaser Pro

After more than 4 years working on GoReleaser, I’m launching a Pro version! Why? I think …

GoTime #173 - Releasing with (and without) GoReleaser

I was live with Mat, Natalie & Johnny and we talked a bit about releases, with and without …

GoReleaser: 4 years releasing software

Last year, I made a blog post about GoReleaser turning 3 years old. I kind of like it, so this …

Multi-platform Docker images with GoReleaser and GitHub Actions

GoReleaser v0.148.0 is out, and with it, the ability to release multi-platform Docker images, …

Show me your code: how buildkit can help integrating GoReleaser with multi-arch Docker manifests

A discussion with Tibor and Geanluca about Docker buildkit and GoReleaser.

Publishing libraries with GoReleaser

What if I told you you can now automate the release of your libraries as well? I think some of …

GoReleaser: 3 years later

GoReleaser’s journey begins in December 21, 2016: the day I made its very first commit. …

1º Open Source Joinville Meetup

Shared some tips about managing medium-sized OpenSource projects. The slides are in Portuguese.

GoReleaser Docker support

The next GoReleaser version will have a more flexible Docker configuration format. In this post …

GoReleaser: build and push Snapcraft packages from TravisCI

GoReleaser was able to build Snapcraft packages for a long time, but it wasn’t able to …

Hacktoberfest Joinville

I shared some of my experiences coding GoReleaser, this time, more about community and less …

GopherCon Brasil

My first ever talk at a GopherCon. I shared my experiences coding GoReleaser, more or less …

GoReleaser: lessons learned so far

I’ve started GoReleaser almost 2 years ago. This is a summary of (some) things I’ve …

GoReleaser: 1k repositories and beyond

When first announced GoReleaser roughly 1 year ago, on January 2017, I never thought it would …

2º Joinville Go Meetup

It was the Go 1.10 Release party - my talk was about what changed in Go 1.10.

Creating debs and rpms with Go

I’ve been working on GoReleaser for more than a year now, and one of the things that was …

1º Changelog Meetup

I showed how to build and release binaries in Go, including cross-compiling, Docker images, …

Fast and easy Go binaries delivery

I have some apps written in Go, which I deliver as binaries for each platform using GitHub …