@Luke Manuel Jacob did good progress recently on that front. We don't have a CI setup yet, maybe it'll be worth a try now

I'm at the sprint in Switzerland, really excited to start hacking on with the ultimate goal of making rust-cpython understand it github.com/pyhandle/hpy

#heptapod 0.8.0 has been released yesterday heptapod.net/heptapod-080-rele #gitlab #mercurial

Major improvements:

- SSH support
- Installable from source
- Full #bitbucket Pull Request imports

0.7.0 has been released last Tuesday, but I'm still working on the formal announcement

Released 0.7.0rc1 today, featuring GitLab 10.3, Mercurial 5.2, and much more.

dev.heptapod.net/heptapod/hept

Why a release candidate ? Because it felt right, even with testing of previous intermediate versions on @octobus_net instances. If all goes well, I'll do the final 0.7.0 next Monday.

Don't forget to backup if you upgrade.

At its 32nd party conference this weekend, the German conservative party CDU resolved to join @fsfe in demanding that software developed with public money should be publicly available as #FreeSoftware:

"This is why the following will apply to all (public) digitisation projects in Germany in the future: the awarding of contracts and funding will be subject to compliance with the principles of open source and open standards."

fsfe.org/news/2019/news-201911

#publiccode

Released 0.6.2 yesterday, still working on announcements while on my way to

Just released 0.6.1. More formal announcement will follow tomorrow.

Hmh let's try to see how far this Bitbucket import feature would be from working in now…

unmask the tab, just change the hardcoded bit that says only Git repos can be imported (fair enough yet quite funny to flip it). Okay, but, But BUT… it works !

dev.heptapod.net/heptapod/hept

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