0.13 (2018-05-19) ----------------- Upgrade instructions are available at https://docs.funkwhale.audio/upgrading.html Features: - Can now import and play flac files (#157) - Simpler permission system (#152) - Store file length, size and bitrate (#195) - We now have a brand new instance settings interface in the front-end (#206) Enhancements: - Disabled browsable HTML API in production (#205) - Instances can now indicate on the nodeinfo endpoint if they want to remain private (#200) Bugfixes: - .well-known/nodeinfo endpoint can now answer to request with Accept: application/json (#197) - Fixed escaping issue of track name in playlist modal (#201) - Fixed missing dot when downloading file (#204) - In-place imported tracks with non-ascii characters don't break reverse-proxy serving (#196) - Removed Python 3.6 dependency (secrets module) (#198) - Uplayable tracks are now properly disabled in the interface (#199) Instance settings interface ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Prior to this release, the only way to update instance settings (such as instance description, signup policy, federation configuration, etc.) was using the admin interface provided by Django (the back-end framework which power the API). This interface worked, but was not really-user friendly and intuitive. Starting from this release, we now offer a dedicated interface directly in the front-end. You can view and edit all your instance settings from here, assuming you have the required permissions. This interface is available at ``/manage/settings` and via link in the sidebar. Storage of bitrate, size and length in database ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Starting with this release, when importing files, Funkwhale will store additional information about audio files: - Bitrate - Size (in bytes) - Duration This change is not retroactive, meaning already imported files will lack those informations. The interface and API should work as before in such case, however, we offer a command to deal with legacy files and populate the missing values. On docker setups: .. code-block:: shell docker-compose run --rm api python manage.py fix_track_files On non-docker setups: .. code-block:: shell # from your activated virtualenv python manage.py fix_track_files .. note:: The execution time for this command is proportional to the number of audio files stored on your instance. This is because we need to read the files from disk to fetch the data. You can run it in the background while Funkwhale is up. It's also safe to interrupt this command and rerun it at a later point, or run it multiple times. Use the --dry-run flag to check how many files would be impacted. Simpler permission system ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Starting from this release, the permission system is much simpler. Up until now, we were using Django's built-in permission system, which was working, but also quite complex to deal with. The new implementation relies on simpler logic, which will make integration on the front-end in upcoming releases faster and easier. If you have manually given permissions to users on your instance, you can migrate those to the new system. On docker setups: .. code-block:: shell docker-compose run --rm api python manage.py script django_permissions_to_user_permissions --no-input On non-docker setups: .. code-block:: shell # in your virtualenv python api/manage.py script django_permissions_to_user_permissions --no-input There is still no dedicated interface to manage user permissions, but you can use the admin interface at ``/api/admin/users/user/`` for that purpose in the meantime.