All going well, I will be starting the upgrade to v2.5.0 for all Masto.host hosted instances in a couple of minutes.
This release will take longer than usual to upgrade, so I can't say how long it will take until your instance is updated. If I believe it will take a long time, I will post information about it.
The upgrade should cause less than a 1 minute backup.
You can read about what changes here: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/releases/tag/v2.5.0
Pretty cool stuff coming :)
As expected the upgrade to v2.5.0 is taking a long time and I am running it one server at a time to avoid overloading the database servers.
First server is updated and it took 1:30h. Now, 10 more to go :|
Hopefully I will manage to upgrade everyone in shared hosting today (can't promise) but by tomorrow at this time I am 99% sure that everyone will be running 2.5.0, if no issues arise.
Any questions or if nothing something strange after the upgrade, let me know. Thanks
@rmlewisuk I am very excited too but I feel like this migration is going to take days :|
I will post about it when I have more specific information
@mastohost Oof, I was kinda surprised for a moment xD
How many instances approximately? I'm curious :3
@mastohost yay! Thank you.
Do you know if the "...this week" stats on the dashboard are last 7 days, or a calendar week?
I would say it is the calendar week.
I have zero knowledge of Ruby but a Google search returned this for 'cweek': https://apidock.com/ruby/Date/cweek
Let's say there is a high change I am right :) but probably you should check with someone else if you really want to be sure.
I'm probably missing something simple here. I can't find the documentation on how the custom CSS works in 2.5. Can someone please point me in the right direction?
@Nick can’t you find the custom CSS field in Administration->Site Settings?
You just add your CSS there and press save. That’s all there is to it. Is there something specific you are struggling with?
@mastohost yeah I put some generic css code in there, hit save changes and nothing seems to change on the site. I'm probably missing something simple.
@Nick well, you cannot use random CSS code :)
You need look at the code (with inspect element or something) and follow the CSS hierarchy.
will do nothing. While:
will change the background of the app but that is because the .ui class goes over the body CSS.
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