Commit b6ac2dc3 authored by Eliot Berriot's avatar Eliot Berriot 💬

Version bump and changelog for 0.15

parent eab9aaa1
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.. towncrier
0.15 (2018-06-24)
-----------------
Upgrade instructions are available at
https://docs.funkwhale.audio/upgrading.html
Features:
- Added admin interface to manage import requests (#190)
- Added replace flag during import to replace already present tracks with a new
version of their track file (#222)
- Funkwhale's front-end can now point to any instance (#327) Removed front-end
and back-end coupling
- Management interface for users (#212)
- New invite system (#248) New invite system
Enhancements:
- Added "TV" to the list of highlighted words during YouTube import (#154)
- Command line import now accepts unlimited args (#242)
Bugfixes:
- Expose track files date in manage API (#307)
- Fixed current track restart/hiccup when shuffling queue, deleting track from
queue or reordering (#310)
- Include user's current private playlists on playlist list (#302)
- Remove link to generic radios, since they don't have detail pages (#324)
Documentation:
- Document that Funkwhale may be installed with YunoHost (#325)
- Documented a saner layout with symlinks for in-place imports (#254)
- Upgrade documentation now use the correct user on non-docker setups (#265)
Invite system
^^^^^^^^^^^^^
On closed instances, it has always been a little bit painful to create accounts
by hand for new users. This release solve that by adding invitations.
You can generate invitation codes via the "users" admin interface (you'll find a
link in the sidebar). Those codes are valid for 14 days, and can be used once
to create a new account on the instance, even if registrations are closed.
By default, we generate a random code for invitations, but you can also use custom codes
if you need to print them or make them fancier ;)
Invitations generation and management requires the "settings" permission.
Removed front-end and back-end coupling
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Eventhough Funkwhale's front-end has always been a Single Page Application,
talking to an API, it was only able to talk to an API on the same domain.
There was no real technical justification behind this (only lazyness), and it was
also blocking interesting use cases:
- Use multiple customized versions of the front-end with the same instance
- Use a customized version of the front-end with multiple instances
- Use a locally hosted front-end with a remote API, which is especially useful in development
From now on, Funkwhale's front-end can connect to any Funkwhale server. You can
change the server you are connecting to in the footer.
Fixing this also unlocked a really interesting feature in our development/review workflow:
by leveraging Gitlab CI and review apps, we are now able to deploy automatically live versions of
a merge request, making it possible for anyone to review front-end changes easily, without
the need to install a local environment.
0.14.2 (2018-06-16)
-------------------
......
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
__version__ = "0.14.2"
__version__ = "0.15"
__version_info__ = tuple(
[
int(num) if num.isdigit() else num
......
Added "TV" to the list of highlighted words during YouTube import (#154)
Added admin interface to manage import requests (#190)
Management interface for users (#212)
Added replace flag during import to replace already present tracks with a new version of their track file (#222)
Command line import now accepts unlimited args (#242)
New invite system (#248)
New invite system
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
On closed instances, it has always been a little bit painful to create accounts
by hand for new users. This release solve that by adding invitations.
You can generate invitation codes via the "users" admin interface (you'll find a
link in the sidebar). Those codes are valid for 14 days, and can be used once
to create a new account on the instance, even if registrations are closed.
By default, we generate a random code for invitations, but you can also use custom codes
if you need to print them or make them fancier ;)
Invitations generation and management requires the "settings" permission.
Documented a saner layout with symlinks for in-place imports (#254)
Upgrade documentation now use the correct user on non-docker setups (#265)
Include user's current private playlists on playlist list (#302)
Expose track files date in manage API (#307)
Fixed current track restart/hiccup when shuffling queue, deleting track from queue or reordering (#310)
Remove link to generic radios, since they don't have detail pages (#324)
Document that Funkwhale may be installed with YunoHost (#325)
Funkwhale's front-end can now point to any instance (#327)
Removed front-end and back-end coupling
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Eventhough Funkwhale's front-end has always been a Single Page Application,
talking to an API, it was only able to talk to an API on the same domain.
There was no real technical justification behind this (only lazyness), and it was
also blocking interesting use cases:
- Use multiple customized versions of the front-end with the same instance
- Use a customized version of the front-end with multiple instances
- Use a locally hosted front-end with a remote API, which is especially useful in development
From now on, Funkwhale's front-end can connect to any Funkwhale server. You can
change the server you are connecting to in the footer.
Fixing this also unlocked a really interesting feature in our development/review workflow:
by leveraging Gitlab CI and review apps, we are now able to deploy automatically live versions of
a merge request, making it possible for anyone to review front-end changes easily, without
the need to install a local environment.
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