https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.syncthing.lite only provides version 0.3.5, but I created 0.3.6 at https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing-lite/releases. https://build.syncthing.net/project.html?projectId=SyncthingLite&branch_SyncthingLite=__all_branches__ shows “Success”, but I couldn’t find anything related to uploading in the build log.
It needs to be promoted off the beta track most likely.
Why is it at the beta track? Nothing has/ should have changed since the last releases and at the other releases it worked.
Actually no, 0.3.5 is in release, and beta is not used in general. There is a separate builder for making a release. I suspect you don’t have access to it.
It’s not enough just to make a repease on github.
I thought that this separate builder is triggered by making a release at GitHub. At least that’s how I interpret https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing-lite/issues/93#issuecomment-438225162.
Perhaps that was the intention how to set it up, but in practice its not how it works. I can see the release build has 4 commits since last release.
So who can I contact to create a release? This are only 4 commits but there is a big change in one of them (because it was merged as a pull requests, all commits of it were stashed into one).
I’ve kicked it off now.
Can/ should I send a message here using @AudriusButkevicius next time when I created a release?
It’s again time for a release. https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing-lite/issues/106 was a big problem in the previous release (but only in release builds …) and is fixed now.
Sorry I didn’t check the forum recently. Here is the relevant discussion about this on Github (thought you would be notified about it).