It's been a month since our last update! Time flies when you're busy building so many lovely things...
- Tasks can now be copied like executions can.
For tasks created before 2018-10, parameters are not fully copied though – sorry about that!
The execution table views gained new powers.
- Executions can now be stopped and deleted en masse in the execution table views.
- The execution environment is now an optionally visible column in the tables.
You can now filter executions by step name.
The metadata charts also got better!
- You can now choose to use a logarithmic scale for Y axes.
- Your chart settings are remembered (on your device) per-project.
You can now easily view the latest values for each metadata value in a single table.
Team member privileges within organizations were slightly overhauled.
- Team members can now create new projects within the teams they're members of.
- Team members can now configure the projects they're members of.
All organization members can now see projects which are not assigned to any team.
OpenSSH format keys are now supported for Git SSH authentication.
- Until now, we only supported the old PEM format. OpenSSH 7.8, released in August 2018, defaults to the new OpenSSH format.
This support is powered by our open source openssh-key library.
You now get $10 worth of extra credit when adding a credit card to your personal account.
- Optional parameters now work correctly when copying executions.
- Lapsed GitHub app authentications can now be reinstated.
- Optional parameters being unset no longer cause a very large apparent number of executions for tasks.
- Flag-type parameters work much better than before.