Good news, everyone! If you track recent news, you already know that JFrog Bintray will be sunset in May. For Qameta Software it means it's time to switch from a good old tool. Still, we do love and respect JFrog, so we are not moving far — the Allure products will be hosted on GitHub releases and Artifactory.
What else happened?
There is one more reason to consider moving Allure Framework. As it has been becoming more and more popular we have reached the 3 TB Bintray traffic limit in March 2021. Unfortunately, this caused the short-term unavailability of the Allure framework. Kudos to the JFrog support team, the incident has been quickly and positively resolved! Allure is available on Bintray by now. However...
What to do now?
Due to the Bintray sunsetting, the repository will become read-only, and we won't be able to provide any updates or fixes to the current versions.
Of course, one of our main goals, as open-source maintainers, is to provide 24/7 availability for our software and products. That is why we are migrating to GitHub and Maven Central.
To get the latest versions of Allure Framework, ensure you have added new repositories addresses:
Maven Central (currently mirrored in Bintray, next release will not be mirrored)
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