It would be nice if you could shift + click to select a range of packages to delete in the Library > Packages for a given package.0 votes
I added over 60 logos in an earlier version of octopus, many had white backgrounds rather than transparent, now they all look a bit off against the pale grey background.
Ok ... this is a tiny thing but thought I'd mention it.0 votes
Being able to set the maximum projects settings for the Dashboard configuration on a global level would benefit our setup due to the high count of projects in our Octopus instances.
Most developers have configured their dashboards for their own projects/project groups but a new user, or a user who hasn't configured their dashboard, will experience long loads times on the Dashboard view so I feel that being able to configure that setting at a Global level (reduce the default setting of 200) would reduce the load time for those users and give them a better initial experience on Octopus.0 votes
This is a pretty trivial idea, but I like me some logos.
I suggest on the settings screen when you pick a logo, that octopus could automatically do what I do manually.. and that is look up the twitter account that matches my project and the facebook account and... and show the logo/avatar of each, and let me pick one of those. (perhaps give the option to put a different name since sometimes the obvious name isn't the correct one)0 votes
On the deployment steps, when a step fails the step entry color flips to red. For a success it is Green
For a person that is Red/Green color blind telling the difference can be almost impossible to detect
changing the step icon from the Plus to a X or Check will make it easier to distinguish0 votes
When a tentacle is installed on a machine, the recovery on the windows service should be set to restart the service on failure.
I had several tentacle services fail, which caused deployments to fail on those nodes0 votes
Microsoft has just released the Azure in-VM metadata service that will let you know when a machine is going to be rebooted.
it would be great to tie this into the node maintenance functionality so that the node is automatically drained.
It might be useful to do this for AWS as well (similar to https://github.com/scopely/shudder), but that looks a lot harder.0 votes
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