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  • 0.8.1 Release: 0.8.1
    Bump Tezos mainnet node to include fixes to the mempool and the Tezos node
  • 0.8.0 Release: 0.8.0
  • 0.7.4 Release: 0.7.4
    * Ledger connectivity check disabled by default.
      * Fix the export logs functionality for Debian.
  • 0.7.3 Release: 0.7.3
    Ledger connectivity icon and alert
    Support for babylonnet.
  • 0.7.2 Release: 0.7.2
    Include the tezos-node containing: Mempool: remove parsing exceptions (a7d357bb)
  • 0.7.1 Release: 0.7.1
    Support for Babylon protocol (005_PsBabyM1)
  • 0.7.0 Release: 0.7.0
    Support for Babylon protocol (005_PsBabyM1 and 005_PsBABY5H)
  • 0.6.2 Release: 0.6.2
    Update mainnet tezos binaries. This fixes the problem of 100% cpu usage by the tezos-node (and "updater: COMPILATION ERROR" messages).
  • 0.6.1 Release: 0.6.1
    * Export logs for Kiln node, baker, and endorser via UI on Ubuntu/Debian.
      * Fix 'Add Baker' flow issues when communicating with tezos-client.
      * Performance improvements and bug fixes for alerts.
      * Fix a bug where already registered baker could not be added.
      * Bug fixes for UI.
  • 0.6.0
    260175e8 · Version 0.6.0 ·
    Release: 0.6.0
    Version 0.6.0
      * Support for monitoring nodes running in *full* history mode. (Note that monitoring nodes running in *rolling* history mode is still not officially supported.)
      * Support for starting the Kiln Node in *full* mode from a snapshot. If you upgrade from a previous version of Kiln where you've already started a Kiln Node, that node will remain in *archive* history mode. If you delete that node and create a new Kiln Node, it will run in *full* history mode and allow you to start from a snapshot. All newly created Kiln Nodes will run in *full* history mode.
      * The Obsidian Public Node is now enabled by default. You can disable it with a command-line option. However, if you do this, you must monitor at least one node in *archive* history mode for Kiln to work correctly. This is because Kiln needs access to at least one source of network history that can go back to the beginning.
      * New voting reminder alerts.
      * A new alert for Kiln upgrades.
      * Bug fixes and UI improvements.
  • 0.5.3 Release: 0.5.3
    *June 11, 2019*
      * The Kiln baker tile now shows the status of your vote (not yet voted, pending, and included).
      * When setting up the Kiln baker, Kiln now checks to see if the baker address has already registered and skips those steps if possible.
      * Small UI improvements
      * Bug fixes
      * This version of Kiln **does not support** the new "Full" and "Rolling" history modes of Tezos nodes. The Kiln node always uses "Archive" mode for now and if you monitor a non-Archive node, Kiln may not be able to collect all information. We are actively working to add support for this.
      * This version of Kiln **does not support** the most recent version of zeronet as of the release date (chain ID `NetXkaRXbyeogSM`).
  • 0.5.2 Release: 0.5.2
      * Voting support for Kiln bakers!
      * New governance status popup showing current votes, proposals, etc.
      * Kiln baking will seamlessly transition between protocol 003 and 004.
      * Debian package installer now works on *Debian* (not just Ubuntu)!
      * Debian installer now automatically configures all udev rules necessary for ledger communication.
      * Kiln's node now uses non-default ports: 8733 for RPC and 9733 for P2P. This was done to avoid
        conflicting with nodes run outside of Kiln. These ports be changed via Kiln configuration.
      * Minor improvements:
          * Input validation on ledger BIP32 paths
          * Improved documentation
          * Updated Kiln logo
          * New public-facing Nix cache for Kiln and all tezos executables (`tezos-client`, etc.). Refer to [Setting up Nix Caching]( for details.
      * Bug Fixes:
        * Improved accuracy surrounding data for nodes that are having connectivity issues
        * Improved correctness surrounding notifications for inactive bakers
      * This version of Kiln **does not support** the most recent version of zeronet as of the release date (chain ID `NetXkaRXbyeogSM`).
  • 0.5.1 Release: 0.5.1
    * New settings for missed bake/endorsement notification frequency
    * New button to resolve all notifications
    * A new "You will be deactivated" notification
    * Installation via Debian package
    * UI updates and bug fixes
  • 0.5.0
    05534ba3 · Version 0.5.0 ·
    Release: 0.5.0
      * Support for baking and endorsing directly in Kiln! (Requires a Ledger Nano S)   * Support for various Ledger interactions via Kiln:       * Authorize/Re-authorize baking       * Set high-water mark   * Support for Telegram notifications to private groups   * New configuration options via command-line/config files   * Improved performance and stability       * Data from public nodes is updated more reliably       * Limited number of notifications on frontend   * Bug fixes       * Fixed incorrect "Node is on a branch" bug from 0.4.1       * Available balance for monitored bakers is now correct
  • 0.4.1 Release: 0.4.1
    *March 11, 2019*
      * Kiln now sends alerts if it sees a double baking or double endorsement accusation for a monitored baker.
      * Performance improvements
      * Bug fixes
  • 0.4.0 Release: 0.4.0
    Version 0.4.0
      * Kiln can now launch and monitor a node internal.
      * Minimum connections alerts reported for nodes with too few peers.
      * Available balance and staking balance on Baker's Tile so that bakers can quickly see how much tez funds are available for security deposits and staking
      * Telegram/email notification for when the tezos-core is updated
      * Improved logging
      * Bug fixes, including all known issues from 0.3.0
  • 0.3.0 Release: 0.3.0
    * Kiln can now monitor key stastics about baker accounts
    ** Each baker's next baking or endorsing opportunity is displayed
    ** Missed baking or endorsing opportunities trigger alerts
    ** Bakers becoming deactivated or soon to be deactivated trigger an alert.
    * Kiln informs when new versions of tezos-core are released, as well as new versions of Kiln itself.
    * Minor UI improvements
    * Performance improvements
    * Bug fixes
    Known Issues
    * Unregistered baker addresses cause Kiln to crash.   Workaround: make sure your baker address is self delegated before adding it to Kiln.
    * Certain alerts are no longer visible once they are resolved by the user.
    * When Kiln cannot gather data about a baker because there aren't sufficient nodes, the status icon of the baker should be red but is green
  • 0.2.3 Release: 0.2.3
    Version 0.2.3
  • 0.2.2 Release: 0.2.2
    Version 0.2.2
  • 0.2 Release: 0.2
    Version 0.2