This week's release, "A bisl un a bisl vert a fule schisl", has been tagged as 97a79492ba79078d64b589c39834fe96a2ad6d40 == Release Notes === Breaking Changes None known. === New Features * The MVPeer has landed, a standalone, socket-activated link daemon featuring an RPC API. * Batch updates using the tracking v2 API are now fused, ie. operations which are redundant or would be overwritten by later ones are dropped. === Improvements * Tracking v2 does no longer prune remote tracking branches during migration from v1. Pruning behaviour can be customised in v2. * A new crate, git-ref-format, was introduced which generalises and consolidates constructing, matching on, and transforming ref names. * Numerous documentation and CI improvements. === Other * RFC 701: Mutual Synchronisation has been accepted === Shortlog (Excluding merge commits) Alex Good (6): Add link_async::Incoming Add librad::paths::Paths::socket_dir Teach socket activation to handle multiple sockets Implement an RPC handler for node-lib Plumb in the RPC handler for node-lib Replace Remote<LocalUrl> with git2::remote_anonymous Fintan Halpenny (4): tracking: remove pruning from v1 rfc: amend batch tracking with fusion rules link-tracking: fuse actions for same urn/peer pairs link-tracking: optional prune on untracking Jason Yundt (7): Improve badges’s alt text Fix links in CONTRIBUTING.md Add missing “the” in README Clarify naming requirements for Sourcehut CI Add git config recommendations for patches Link to the HTML version of the GPL Bump cargo-deny version for Sourcehut CI Kim Altintop (11): workspace: license header template year workspace: bump minicbor librad: bump minicbor + derive expanded ci: use only license allow list for cargo-deny net: explicit deref RFC: Mutual Synchronisation ci: split into build / test stages ci: gitlab spec: convert to asciidoc git-ref-format: new refname crate replication: use git-ref-format Thomas Scholtes (1): update radicle-keystore dependency == Noteworthy discissions * licensing https://lists.sr.ht/~radicle-link/dev/%3C20220203220246.49585-1-jason%40jasonyundt.email%3E Jason sent a patch which was meant to just fix some formalities around the LICENSE / COPYING file, but upon revisiting the text it turns out that the Radicle Linking Exception does not apply in most cases: the exception is only granted for releases made by the Radicle Foundation -- but the Radicle Foundation did not (and does not) make any releases of `radicle-link`. We are still waiting on feedback from the Foundation on how to proceed. In the meatime, please be aware that `radicle-link` is to be consided licensed as GPLv3-or-later, without any linking exceptions.