March 2022 Community Recap
Hi! I’m Tabby Worthington.
If you’re spending time in our Community spaces, you’ve probably seen me checking in to help out! I joined the team as our Technical Community Manager. My background is in technical support and community in the fields of Software and Video Game Development. I also love social media and binge-watching streaming videos while working on crafting projects. I’m a self-taught knitter and made the switch to crochet while in quarantine. I live in Houston, Texas, where I share my time with 3 cats, my human family, and my friends. Please say hello and introduce yourself when you see me around. I’d like to meet you!
Liquibase 4.9.1 Released
This release contains Liquibase Version 4.9, including the checks.run and checks.show Maven goals, quality checks, JSON objects, community-contributed pull requests, Liquibase Community and Liquibase Pro bug fixes, and other notable changes. Version 4.9.1 is a patch release that fixes the MANIFEST.MF location in the liquibase.jar file for tools that require the MANIFEST.MF file to be the first entry in the jar archive. These updates also include a breaking change in the Liquibase global configuration for the secureParsing parameter to prevent the entity resolver from scanning the network for missing XSDs.
To learn more about these changes, read the 4.9 and 4.9.1 release notes.
First-Time Contributors for March
Our community has built a lot for this release. Thanks to everyone who contributes and helps make the Liquibase community strong, including the following first-time contributors to the release.
Liquibase Legends Points – We’ve made some updates!
Thanks for your contributions to the Liquibase Community! As our Liquibase Legends program grows with our community, we’ll sometimes make changes to the points values so we can make sure we’re recognizing the value of all the different ways our community works together. Check out our updated points for 2022, and see your progress on the Legends leaderboard.
Check out all the things you can do to earn points in 2022!
Community Tech Talk – Liquibase Data
If you missed the meetup, you can watch the recording, along with many other helpful videos, on our YouTube channel! Here are a few highlights you might find interesting.
- How to Set Up GitLab CI/CD Pipelines with Liquibase
- Using Liquibase to Keep Quality In & Malware Out
- Tips & Tricks For Using Liquibase with Docker
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🗓 April 14, 2022
⏰ 11AM -12PM CDT
⏳ 60 minutes
Can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll share the recording so you can watch it whenever works best for you.
Join the Liquibase Community Meetup on Thursday, April 14th, 2022 at 11am CST.
For the month of April, we’re returning to the “Ask Me Anything” format — an open forum to chat with Liquibase experts in our community. Liquibase Founder, Nathan Voxland will be there too!
There are no questions or issues too big or too small. We’re here to help.
This session will be recorded
As always…No punks, no jerks.
Content we ❤️
Thanks to all of the people in the community who share their stories, insights, and experience with Liquibase. Below are the top content contributions from March.
- Using the Microsoft sqlcmd Utility with Liquibase by Mario Champion on the Liquibase Blog
- Fundamentals of Liquibase by Sahana T S on Medium
- Death of the DBA… Again… by Tim on the Oracle-Base blog
- Spring Data R2DBC with PostgreSQL Database on Amazon RDS by Anicet Eric on Medium
Top Questions Asked in the Forum
These questions had the most views in our forum recently. Check out their answers from members of our community and comment with your own expertise!
- **Liquibase Stands With Ukraine**
- Error Reading Changelog File: Found 2 files that match
- Liquibase stripping trailing 0 characters from changset identitiers?
- generateChangeLog Oracle19 – procedure object not working
- Liquibase diff get only procedure name for better readability
Top Forum Supporters of the Month
Thank you to all who have continued to support and contribute to Liquibase. As always, hop over to our community page to learn more about how to get involved.
See you next month with more updates!