I am pleased to announce that YunoHost 2.2 has been released.
This release includes a lot of bugfixes and improvements, but above all, it has been the occasion for us to deeply simplify our package maintaining system.
From now on, all the YunoHost packages are automatically built when pushed on the Git repository. Each package contains 3 branches:
unstable, which are corresponding to a Debian repository.
deb http://repo.yunohost.org/ stable mainis the default YunoHost repository, containing the tested versions of our packages.
deb http://repo.yunohost.org/ testing mainis the bleeding-edge repository, containing the new features and fixes that needs to be tested out.
deb http://repo.yunohost.org/ unstable mainis the “most-of-the-time-broken” repository, built every night from our working branch, obviously containing the latest features and bugs.
Note: We are always looking for enthusiast testers. If you are one of them, do not hesitate to change your repository from
testing and report any noticable issue on GitHub or on our support chatroom.
- YunoHost is now compatible with Debian 8.0 Jessie: Debian 8.0 Jessie compatibility
- An email quota system has been added: you can now set a mailbox limit to your YunoHost users
- SSOwat had an important security release
- Nginx, Postfix and Dovecot have been updated regarding the late Poodle attack
- We deprecated BIND9 and replaced it by DNSmasq. The reason behind this change is that DNSmasq is more flexible and less ressource intensive than BIND9. We did not make this change mandatory though: if you are using BIND9 zones, you will have to convert them to DNSmasq format, then install dnsmasq manually by running:
sudo service bind9 stop sudo apt-get install dnsmasq
You can find a bit more details on what has been done since the 2.0 version on the roadmap:
Please note that this roadmap does not and will not contain everything that happens to YunoHost
As always, a huge virtual hug to all the contributors and packagers who are making YunoHost alive.
We are all contributing on our free time, and it always cheers us up when you fellows are helping by reporting issues, opening pull requests, packaging new applications and spreading the love
May the force be with you,