tito 0.6.10 was tagged and built this morning, brought to you almost entirely by the newest tito committer skuznets . Changelog Do not undo tags when git state is dirty (firstname.lastname@example.org) Parse options in tito init (email@example.com) Only use rpmbuild --noclean if it is supported (firstname.lastname@example.org) Explicitly define indicies in formatting statements (email@example.com) Achieve quiet output from rpmbuild without passing --quiet (firstname.lastname@example.org) Update the MANIFEST.in (email@example.com) Correctly pass verbosity options through the builder CLI (skuznets@redhat.
I’ve just pushed a release of tito 0.6.9 with the following changes: Simplified version and release update logic (firstname.lastname@example.org) Added --use-release flag for tito tag (email@example.com) Fix typos/errors in man pages (firstname.lastname@example.org) Explain how automatic tagging was done (email@example.com) Add support for bumping version for Cargo projects (firstname.lastname@example.org) Right now this is available in my Copr repo , and builds are on their way for Fedora and EPEL .
A large portion of my time on the OpenShift team has been spent working on cluster lifecycle improvements, particularly in the realm of upgrades. Throughout this work we’ve been targeting the ability to upgrade clusters without requiring application downtime. I recently took some time to demonstrate that we can hit that target, please check out the results on the OpenShift Blog: Zero Downtime Upgrades With OpenShift Ansible