2021 May 31st update
we have several exciting updates this week:
Granular repository access through GitHub App
Semaphore GitHub App was introduced as a new way of connecting GitHub repositories with Semaphore.
Users can now connect Semaphore through the GitHub App instead of the personal access token and choose which repositories they want to give access to.
Find out more about the difference between GitHub App and personal access token in our documentation page.
Change project owner
Users can now change project owner through UI, making the user offboarding easier.
Project owner update form can be accessed in Project Settings → General .
Ubuntu 20.04 image
A brand new image based on the Ubuntu 20.04 is now available.
Please note that currently this image can only be used on
e1-standard-2 machines .
Some of the improvements compared to the Ubuntu 18.04 image include:
Speed - This release has enhanced resource usage and includes a newer kernel.
Longer support - Canonical will support Ubuntu 20.04 until April 2025.
Latest language versions - In the future, some packages may not be supported for Ubuntu 18.04 by upstream providers.
Expanded software stack - 20.04 software stack will continue expanding with new packages, while new ones will not be added in 18.04.
Containers - Newest utilities can be installed (podman, skopeo, buildah).
To find out more about the differences between the Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu 20.04 image check out our migration guide.
You can read more about the image itself on Ubuntu 20.04 image page.
Ubuntu 18.04 image update
- Aws-cli 1.19.77 → 1.19.85
- Azure-cli 2.23.0 → 2.24.1
- Chrome 90 → 91
- Elixir 1.12.0 compiled with Erlang 24.0
- Grunt 1.4.2 → 1.4.3
- Helm 3.5.4 → 3.6.0
- Pypy 7.3.4 → 7.3.5
- Pypy3 7.3.4 → 7.3.5