On 29th December, I got an E-mail from releaser(*) saying that a new release of passbolt_api “Give me the night” was made.
“PASSBOLT-2358: As a user registering on the demo instance I must click on a checkbox to confirm I understand the disclaimer”
And indeed, if I go to https://github.com/passbolt/passbolt_api/releases/tag/v1.6.4 it says “stripthis released this 5 days ago”
However, git log v1.6.4 shows that the top commit f76fcd14 was made on Thu Aug 31 14:29:33 2017 +0200
And there is a newer release v1.6.5 (9430d51e, Thu Sep 14 14:23:43 2017 +0200)
Any idea why Github thinks that v1.6.4 was released recently? I did wonder if perhaps the tag had been slipped, but no, https://github.com/passbolt/passbolt_api/tree/v1.6.4 shows “Latest commit f76fcd1 on 31 Aug 2017”
(*) https://releaser.richardhagen.no/ - notifies you when new releases of github projects are made