A summary of the Cockpit weekly release. This week it was 0.97
Testing Fedora 24
Cockpit started doing integration testing against the upcoming Fedora 24
release, and doing continuous delivery to Fedora 24 as well. Obviously
this is in addition to operating systems like Debian, Atomic and RHEL.
As you can imagine, there were tons of regressions, compatibility issues
and API changes found and bugs filed against things like NetworkManager,
Kubernetes, Atomic App, openssh and SELinux. Some of the packagers
already have fixes, good for them.
Storage UI Behavior
Marius has been doing lots of work brushing up the storage interface.
Cockpit now displays the correct IEC (ie: MiB) style units for most
storage things, in addition to helpfully showing the base-10 units when
looking in the details of actual disks.
Anne Mullern submitted a patch to prevent entering negative sizes for
More work in this area happening right now, and lots of discussion.
Nicer sliders for example:
Work on implementing the strict Content-Security-Policy is continuing.
The docker Containers part of Cockpit now runs in strict mode. The
term.js code was fixed to support Content-Security-Policy.
being used as an attack vector against the server. It's a safety
measure, sort of like SELinux for your browser.
You can get Cockpit 0.97 in Fedora 24:
Or via COPR for CentOS, RHEL, and earlier versions of Fedora:
Or download the tarball here: