The Go team is excited to announce the launch of the Go 2.1 Early Access Program. We have some great features coming out in the 2.1 release and we'd like to share these with you as we're building them. Every two weeks, we'll launch a new Early Access Release as we build up to the final release. Keep an eye out for another post from Jez that gives you an overview of the full Go 2.1 feature set.
Each EA build comes with its own license (be sure to download it along with the installers). The license entitles you to all Go features (including Enterprise features) and is valid until September 20, 2010. By that time, we'll have a new EA build out with a license extension so you can continue evaluating Go 2.1. You can also replace the license with a standard Community license for extended usage. Download the EA build now!
We'd love to hear from you as we roll out each EA build. We'll be actively responding to questions and comments via this forum. So please, try it out and give us your feedback.
In this release:
- Pipeline Group Administration: A subset of the super admin that can be restricted to administer only within a pipeline group. This is especially useful if multiple projects/teams share a single Go server.
- Authorization for Auto Stages: In the past, only manual stages could have authorization set. Now you can do the same for automatic stages.
- The stage details screen now shows when a stage was triggered
- Go now detects and more elegantly handles agents with duplicate UUIDs (common situation when you clone an agent)
- The Pipeline Activity screen now accurately reports who triggered the pipeline
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