Patchwork v2.2.0 Available

Stephen Finucane stephen at
Mon Apr 6 05:12:16 AEST 2020

We're delighted to announce the release of Patchwork v2.2.0

The v2.2.0 release includes many new features and bug fixes. For full
information on the options available, you should look at the full
release notes in detail. The below are the highlights:

 * User-driven events now have an actor associated with them
 * Patches URLs are now formatted using message IDs by default
 * It's now possible to track relationships of between multiple
   versions of the same patches
 * pwclient is no longer packaged with Patchwork. It is instead
   available from PyPI.

For further information on these features and the other changes in this
release, review the full release notes [1]. You can also refer to the
documentation for this release [2].

Our next version is expected to be a major one, where we'll drop
support for Python 2.7 and the XML-RPC API, continue refinements of the
UI and REST API, improve our tagging support and more. For more info,
or to provide feedback on this and future releases, be sure to
subscribe to the mailing list [3]

Happy patchworking!


Patchwork is a patch tracking system for community-based projects. It
is intended to make the patch management process easier for both the
project's contributors and maintainers, leaving time for the more
important (and more interesting) stuff. You can find out more on the
Patchwork homepage [4], the GitHub repo [5], or the docs [6].


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