I concur. You only have to use 1.25 for a short while again to see how
far Juju has come.
Be proud of your work, celebrate the release.
On 14/10/16 17:50, Mark Shuttleworth wrote:
Congrats everyone, this is a release to be proud of. Multi-user
multi-model, great CLI, it's a joy to train people on it. Well done.
On 14/10/16 06:34, Nicholas Skaggs wrote:
Juju 2.0 is here! This release has been a year in the making. We’d
like to thank everyone for their feedback, testing, and adoption of
juju 2.0 throughout its development process! Juju brings refinements
in ease of use, while adding support for new clouds and features.
## New to juju 2?
## Need to install it?
If you are running Ubuntu, you can get it from the juju stable ppa:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:juju/stable
sudo apt update; sudo apt install juju-2.0
Or install it from the snap store
snap install juju --beta --devmode
Windows, Centos, and MacOS users can get a corresponding installer at:
## Want to upgrade to GA?
Those of you running an RC version of juju 2 can upgrade to this
release by running:
## Feedback Appreciated!
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j...@lists.ubuntu.com and join us on #juju on freenode. We would love
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