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  1. .NET Core 3.0 CLI support

    I have build agents with the .NET Core 3.0 SDK installed. I am unable to install the CLI as a dotnet tool, as the CLI will only run on .NET Core 2.X. I'd prefer not to have a separate container with the .NET Core 2.1+ runtime or SDK in order to use the CLI.

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  2. Allow date manipulation through use of the 'DateNow' and 'DateNowUtc' filters

    For example, allow us to add 1 hour to the time generated by 'DateNowUtc' or 'DateNow'.

    In my case, I want to pass in an expiry time when generating a SAS token in an ARM template, but it's inconvenient to have to use PowerShell to generate that expiry time and then set an output variable.

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  3. Support linux-arm in Linux Tentacle

    A dotnet core version has been build. I would be great if this was compiled to a linux-arm runtime.

    https://octopus.com/docs/infrastructure/deployment-targets/linux/tentacle

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  4. Fix a typo in the docs

    The header here
    https://octopus.com/docs/administration/data/octopus-database#Octopusdatabase-highavailability
    is missing an "i" between "bil" and "ty". Says Availabilty and not Availability

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  5. I have multiple nuget packages that I want to deploy to a single location, can this be done with Octopus Deploy?

    I have multiple nuget packages that I want to deploy to a single location (these nuget packages all make up the single Application), can this be done with Octopus Deploy?

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  6. Generate a deployment preview to show all variables and machines that will be utilized

    I would like to be able to generate a deployment preview without creating a release. I would like this preview to show all in-scope machines and variables that will be utilized given the selected parameters for the deploy. This will help greatly in identifying misconfigured scope for variables and machine roles/environments

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  7. Manage/edit variables in variable sets from the project level

    I would like to be able to manage variables in variable sets from both the variable set page and from the project level, when there are cases where I have included a variable set in my project. This will help reduce the back and forth navigation that is needed to make the necessary edits when I find I need to modify the variables that are in the set as I am maintaining my project.

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  8. Expand Variable Conditionals to include OR/AND statements

    Currently, Variable Conditionals as documented here:
    https://octopus.com/docs/deployment-process/variables/variable-substitutions#VariableSubstitutionSyntax-Conditionalsconditionals

    Does not allow for evaluation of more than one condition, which makes the syntax really ugly and dificult to read when workaround/hacks are implemented to evaluate more than one condition...

    For example, currently only this is allowed:

    #{if Octopus.Deployment.Tenant.Name == "PreProd"}prod#{else}uat#{/if}

    Make is easy to do OR/AND and evaluate more than one condition, like this for example:

    #{if Octopus.Deployment.Tenant.Name == "PreProd" || Octopus.Deployment.Tenant.Name == "Production"}prod#{else}uat#{/if}

    To get an idea of the issues review this post (describes workaround for AND but OR is not possible so far!):

    https://help.octopus.com/t/run-condition-variables-two-conditions/1585

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  9. Divide deployment targets between required and optional

    My environment has servers that sit in reserve and are only started when needed. A deployment right now consists of bringing these up, waiting, and pushing the deploy button, but this doesn't always go smoothly.

    Sometimes the Octopus service has a hiccup on boot, or AWS takes longer than usual. This gets reflected in releases that fail which leaves me with either running it multiple times and either explicitly including or excluding servers or stopping and starting an instance until it resolves.

    Being able to communicate to Octopus that as long as a core group of servers is communicative, the…

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  10. Separate permissions in the User Role "Project Contributor"

    Currently, in order to allow developers to access and edit variables, they are also able to edit process steps including disabling them. This means that they are able to disable audit steps before deploying.

    If process edit was a separate permission we could split out the ability to edit variables and the ability to edit/change process steps

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  11. Deploy Release step should prevent picking releases from a different lifecycle

    When creating a deployment 'parent' that utilizes the "Deploy A Release" step 'child', it's possible to create a 'parent' release with a 'child' release version that uses a different lifecycle. When attempting to deploy, the following cryptic error is returned:

    The step failed: Activity <Child Step Name> on the Octopus Server failed with error 'The release has unresolved defects and cannot be deployed to this environment.
    Once you have corrected these problems you can try again.
    If the problem is related to a variable you will need to update the variables for this release or recreate the release for the…

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  12. Negative tenant tag condition for deployment steps

    Currently you can set a condition to a step so that it is only run on tenants with certain tenant tags.

    If I know want to run one step on tenants with a tag but not run a second step with a the same tenant tag (different configuration for these tenants) I have to use conditions field instead. This gives a very unclear overview of the process as it appears to that both step run on tenants with the tag.

    Ideal would be
    * Step A run on tenants with Tag A.
    * Step B run on all tenants except…

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  13. View related infrastructure of a project

    When viewing the page, /app#/projects/--project_name--, add a navigation link called Infrastructure which when clicked shows all of the related infrastructure for roles for the project.

    I know this data can be viewed on another page, but it would be easier if I am already viewing the project to see where it is running without loosing focus on the project and needed to navigate to the infrastructure and filtering my roll.

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  14. Allow linking of the Enabled checkbox to a variable

    For various steps it would be nice to allow the "Enabled" checkbox to be linked to a variable. For example in the "Deploy to IIS" step template.

    This would work just like it does in the website bindings popup, each binding can be linked to a variable.

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  15. Add "Download latest version"-button to Octopus Manager GUI

    As a step towards automated upgrade of the Octopus Server (https://octopusdeploy.uservoice.com/forums/170787-general/suggestions/3033637-upgrade-of-octopusserver-through-octopus), I'd suggest that you add a "Download latest version"-button in the server GUI. This would make the upgrade a lot faster, instead of having to navigate to the Octopus web site and find the latest version manually.

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  16. Improved variable grouping in UI

    Hello!

    While working with variables in octopus I thought it would nice to “group” variables so that it’s easier to navigate. This would allow someone to organise and reason about the variables easier.

    Anyways, here goes:

    A.B.C[Foo] = 42
    A.B.C[Bar] = 3.14
    A.B.C[Foobar] = 256
    The above naming of variables would imply that they are related in some way. Therefore it would be nice if the UI could display them as such

    A.B.C[]
    Foo = 42
    Bar = 3.14
    Foobar = 256
    Obviously this is fairly arbitrary in the use of the [] but I think the idea is clear…

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  17. Enforce an expiry time/duration on an API key

    At present, all API keys for a user (service account user or 'real' user) do not have an expiry date.

    As a result, non-required API keys can potentially leave access open via this key.

    The suggestion would be to:
    - allow users to specify the duration of the API key/token
    - allow admins to specify the possible durations available to users/roles (e.g. administraters can stop users selecting 'unlimited' duration, and only allow 30, 60 or 90 days, for example)

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  18. Add a Python Modules feature to script modules and script templates

    Adding the ability to have modules pre-installed gives much more flexibility to the Python scripting feature.
    Having this available the same way "Referenced Packages" is available to PowerShell scripts would be very helpful.
    Having it apply to Script Templates as well as Script Modules would be the best.

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  19. Use Python Virtual Environment instead of root Python

    Using a virtual environment would be much more secure, and it would potentially give the opportunity for admins to modify the environment without changing the configuration on the servers directly.
    Also, it would give Octopus the ability to package Python as part of Calamari rather than the admins having to install Python on all the Tentacle servers.

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  20. Support Python's 'logging' module rather than 'print*'

    Support python’s built-in ‘logging’ module rather than ‘print’. it’s very easy to use and supports different log levels out of the box, and logs to stdout by default. I am getting “name not defined” errors using the ‘printverbose’ command when I try to edit scripts outside Octopus.

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