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Build-Pipelines for Operating System Artifacts

Release of osbuild-composer 15

Today, we released osbuild-composer 15 with several very exciting features. Most notably, Composer has now support for building RHEL For Edge and also for building images for ppc64le and s390x architectures. Also, a lot of very nice fixes are included in this release.

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Release of osbuild-composer 14

Osbuild-composer 13 had numerous new exciting features but unfortunately, several annoying bugs slipped into that release too. To address all these issues, yesterday our team decided to roll-out an off-schedule bug-fix release. Say hi to osbuild-composer 14.

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Release of cockpit-composer 19

We are happy to announce version 19 of cockpit-composer, again one of our regular biweekly releases. There are no major features in this release but upgrading is encouraged.

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Release of osbuild-composer 13

Yesterday, we released version 13 of osbuild-composer. We are very proud of this release as it contains lots of very nice improvements. The most important ones are: support for building Fedora IoT commit tarballs, revamped support for RHEL 8 and dropping the ability to build Fedora 30 and several poorly- defined image types.

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Release of osbuild-composer 12

Today, we released version 12 of osbuild-composer. This time, there are no major features. However, you are still encouraged to upgrade because the new version contains a lot of fixes and refactorings making the tool more stable.

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Release of osbuild 14

Last week, we released version 14 of osbuild. It is a regular release with a handful of new features, as well as a bunch of fixes. The major new feature is support for input-validation via JSON-schemata, as well as the --inspect command-line option to get more information about manifests without running the pipeline engine.

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Release of osbuild-composer 10

We are happy to announce version 10 of osbuild-composer, again one of our regular biweekly releases. This release contains mostly bug fixes and internal refactorings. We’ve also landed more integration tests and increased unit test coverage.

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