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RFC round-up: June 10th, 2020

First off: sorry, I immediately failed to keep my target pace for these. 😓 I got wrapped up in a deadline, and since I alternate weeks between engineering and community duties like this post, when I miss a week for RFC updates the 2-week interval can quickly turn into 4 or

RFC round-up: May 6th, 2020

Howdy, and welcome to our first RFC round-up! 🤠 For those unaware, Concourse RFCs are a process for proposing and collaborating on improvements to core Concourse functionality, including pipeline behavior, new step types, new operator capabilities, etc. In short, RFCs are where all the cool new stuff is planned. 😎 My goal

Community update: enter Discussions! 🎉

Hasta la vista, stale bot. tl;dr:We've been granted access to GitHub's beta Discussions feature! 🎉Discussions on the concourse repo will be used for questions and technical support.Discussions on the rfcs repo will be for incubating ideas for new workflows, which eventually turn into Pull Requests (also on

Re-inventing resource types

Before the paint completely dries on the v10 roadmap, there is one last big unknown I want to explore in case it brings more clarity to our direction: generic tasks. Resource types are a great way to share tools and integrations for others to use in their pipelines. Unfortunately, they're

We’re switchin’ domains.

(UPDATE March 9 @ ~10 AM: The old domain appears to now be hosting a very old snapshot of our website. This is either targeted or part of a…