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Nixpacks 1.0

The important bits:

  • Nixpacks major update on Friday
  • Ubuntu instead of Debian
  • Openssl 3 instead of 1.1
  • Please let us know of any issues, we are committed to fixing them right away

Nixpacks 1.0 was released on Friday, and it brings a number of major changes and improvements to the software. One of the most significant changes is that the base has been changed from Debian 11 to Ubuntu 22. This will provide users with a more stable and reliable foundation for their projects, as well as access to the latest features and security updates.

Another major change in Nixpacks 1.0 is the upgrade of the version of Openssl. The previous version, 1.1, has been upgraded to 3, which may introduce some breaking changes for users. However, the Nixpacks team is working hard to update the software and fix any issues that may arise as a result of this chang

Overall, the release of Nixpacks 1.0 is an exciting development for users of the software, and we are confident that it will provide them with a more powerful and efficient tool for their projects. We encourage users to upgrade to the latest version and to let us know if they encounter any issues or have any feedback.

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