Author archives: Olivier Mansion

A badge to track your dependencies is all about being notified of outdated dependencies on PyPI packages, and badges is now one of the available ways:


Probably the easiest way to share this information with you community, embed this feature on your project page in 3 steps:

  • Sign-in via GitHub or Bitbucket
  • Enable your repository
  • Copy/paste the reStructuredText, Markdown (and much more) snippets available on your dashboard:

So join now and start sharing!

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Buildout, Tox and a new pricing! helps you keep track of the requirements of your Python projects.

Today we are pleased to announce Buildout and Tox support:


With these new features comes a new friendly pricing!

The Personal plan is now $3 per month, while the Organization plan is now $7 per month, both featuring unlimited private repositories.

And for Open Source projects it's still $0 per month with unlimited public repositories.

So register now!

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An email digest to track your dependencies is all about being notified of outdated dependencies on PyPI packages: the good ol' email digest is one of the available opt-in ways to get notified.


Enable this feature in 4 steps:

  1. Sign-in via GitHub or Bitbucket

  2. Enable your repository

  3. Step in the Emails section of your administration dashboard and input:

    • an email address,
    • the desired notification frequency for outdated and insecure releases: there may be no need to update only because a new version is available, but a security release is another thing altogether.
  4. Check your inbox:


Email digests are fortunately not the only option... More on ...

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Get notified! is all about being notified about new dependencies on your Python project.


The way is up to you:

  • by mail: the good old fashioned way ;-)
  • on your dashboard: an exhaustive look on files, branches and tags
  • with badges: directly embedded on your pages
  • by pull request on GitHub: a convenient way to handle dependencies

More details in our upcoming posts!

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One click away from testing with Redis

It has never been so easy to run tests against Redis with this new ShiningPanda feature.

Starting a Redis server on the fly is literally one click away from your job configuration!

In the Build Environment section just check the Start a database server and select Start a Redis server:


The server is accessible locally on the default port (6379). A set of environment variables are also available in all your builders to ease project configuration.

One more thing: if you want to test your project on multiple NoSQL databases, the combo multi-configuration project with a NoSQL axis is a ...

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