I’ve just finished updating Gerrit to the latest release 2.11. This gives us some amazingly cool new features to play with: In-line editing of changes! Till now, we could only edit the commit message; now we can fix typos, etc. ourselves. Let’s rule the (changeset) world! The new(er) change screen is more gorgeous than ever! (And you better like it because the old one is gone.) The Return of The King or: The Empire strikes back! Authentication using Google’s Oauth2 is supported now. When logging in, you can choose between github (the preferred supplier) or Google. (This is going to change once more this year and then hopefully never again. User accounts have been preserved now, though, and will be preserved when I’m done with the authentication changes I’m preparing.) Gerrit is now back where it belongs – in Tomcat. That makes it faster and more reliable. There’s one caveat: You mere mortals can’t generate your http passwords yourselves anymore due to security considerations. If you need this functionality, you’ll have to poke zlin or me. You can find the complete release notes for Gerrit 2.11 here.