Hello everyone! Let’s get straight into the news today. Our user count today is 29,612 users, of which 576 have joined since the last update. Remember to be patient with these new users as they learn the ropes. Welcome! ## GraphQL Adnan continues to ship GraphQL services for SourceHut, this month shipping webhooks for lists.sr.ht, and preparing to-be-reviewed patches adding webhooks to builds.sr.ht and paste.sr.ht. The latest GQL support matrix looks like this: meta.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✓ webhooks git.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✓ webhooks hg.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✓ webhooks todo.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✓ webhooks builds.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✗ webhooks† lists.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✓ webhooks hub.sr.ht ✗ read ✗ write ✗ webhooks paste.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✗ webhooks† pages.sr.ht ✓ read ✓ write ✗ webhooks† † To be added soon! The last major effort for the initial roll-out of GraphQL support will be hub.sr.ht. Following this, we will be experimenting with GraphQL federation, and starting to rewrite our cross-service communication to use GraphQL. We’ll then make plans for sunsetting REST. ## lists.sr.ht We are preparing some changes to mailing list visibility to bring it inline with the design of other services. Permissions will be consolodated into a single default set, and a “visibility” parameter will be added which matches the behavior of other services. Sane defaults for these new configurations will be selected based on your current configuration — you will have received an email if your mailing list configuration may require manual attention during the migration. ## builds.sr.ht Image updates: - freebsd/13.1 is now available NixOS 22.05 will be available soon, and Fedora 34 will be removed soon.