Halfway through 2021! Things are on-track for my hopes to have the beta ship this year. Joining us on the way are 23,228 users, of which 640 are new this month. Remember to be patient with them as they learn the ins and outs of using sr.ht!
This month’s Mumble meeting will take place on the normal date tomorrow, June 16th, at 16:00 UTC. We’ll be on voice.mnus.de, port 64738, in the sourcehut room.
I have overhauled the registration workflow in preparation for the future billing changes for the beta, more clearly distinguishing between the “contributor” approach and the “maintainer” approach — only the latter ultimately being expected to pay for their account. I’ve also made some improvements for admins of third-party instances to make it easier to provide billing support following the changes to builds.sr.ht payment.
Mandatory payment is now in effect for all builds.sr.ht usage, for all users. If you require financial assistance, please email me explaining your circumstances and you will be issued free service credits.
As promised, the writable GraphQL API has shipped, allowing you to use GraphQL to submit jobs, manage job groups, and work with secrets.
Additionally, thanks to Michael Forney’s finishing touches on the old patchset, the NetBSD image is now available as “netbsd/9.x” (aka “netbsd/latest”) and “netbsd/8.x”. Furthermore:
- Fedora 35 is now available
- NixOS 21.05 is now available, and 20.03 has been removed
- OpenBSD 6.9 is now available, and 6.7 has been removed
- Minor improvements have been made to Arch Linux
The initial draft of the planned lists.sr.ht GraphQL API has been written, and you can read it here (send feedback to IRC). Additionally, Simon Ser has broken ground on go-emailthreads, which we hope to use to provide more robust email discussion parsing for future improvements to code review tooling. Developing this GraphQL API is our focus for the coming weeks.