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Mathieu Poissard

Announcing CI Optimizer Beta

As developers, we all know how important Continuous Integration (CI) is to the software development process. But we also know how much it can cost us in terms of time and money. CI tools can quickly become expensive, especially as your team grows and your project scales. Our Promise: Take

Mathieu Poissard

Announcing "Merge-After" Condition

We are pleased to announce the release of a new condition for our Merge Queue and merge automation, the Merge-After condition. Schedule Condition Limits While creating a general rule based on schedule condition was possible, it did not allow you to manage pull requests individually. - name: merge on working

Mathieu Poissard

Mergify: Looking Back at 2022

At Mergify, 2022 has proven to be a year of development. The company has seen great growth and progress from our users to our products to the Mergify team. Here's an overview of the events and news that punctuated this year for us, which was definitely pivotal. Mergify’s Users

Julien Danjou

Mergify Changelog 2022Q1

Now's the time to wrap the first quarter of 2022, and it's been a blast. We continued to grow, welcomed new people to the Mergify team, and shipped a few new features. We are proud to power more and more engineers teams worldwide with our automation tooling! Now, let's dive

Julien Danjou

Mergify Changelog 2021Q4

The last quarter of the year is now wrapped up, and it's time to wish everyone a happy new year. We want to start this changelog edition by looking back to a year ago. Our number of users doubled over the year, which came with its pack of challenges. We

Julien Danjou

Announcing Mergify's SOC 2 Type II Certification

As security is everyone's priority at Mergify, we are thrilled to announce that Mergify is now SOC 2 Type II certified. This is a huge milestone for the team and a continuity in our commitment to maintaining a high level of trust with our partners, users, and customers. We have

Julien Danjou

Transition to mergify.com

Sometimes, you don't need a long blog post. 🤷 This is a public statement to announce that we are transitioning our domain name from mergify.io to mergify.com over the upcoming months. This migration will be transparent to our users. That's all folks. You've been warned.

Julien Danjou

Mergify Changelog 2021Q3

Time flies, and this is the last update before we close the 2021 year. That's exciting! This quarter was no exception to the rule, and Mergify continued to grow in its number of users, repositories, and automated pull requests. We're thrilled to see more and more users leveraging our engine

Julien Danjou

Mergify Changelog 2021Q2

The second quarter of 2021 has finished. As usual, we got pretty busy and shipped a lot of new features. This quarter has been marked by a massive increase in our number of users and, therefore, our workload. We spent quite some time preparing for significant improvements in our processing

Mehdi Abaakouk

Announcing Time-based Conditions

Today, we're happy to announce the general availability of one of our most awaited features. Expressing conditions to act upon is the core of Mergify rules. While many dimensions are exposed through our configuration file and allow us to filter on many pull request attributes, one important was missing. Time.

Mehdi Abaakouk

Announcing Boolean Operators in Conditions

Over the years, Mergify users wish they could be more expressive in the way they write their pull request rules. As those rules are a combination of conditions, being able to use or and and operators inside those expressions is a must-have. We are pleased to announce that this long-awaited

Julien Danjou

Mergify Changelog 2021Q1

Another quarter passed, and it's now an excellent time to reflect on what changed for Mergify over the last three months. Multiple Queues One of our major projects over the last quarter is introducing the new queue action [https://docs.mergify.com/actions/queue/]. The queue action should supersede the