It’s time for a new release and oh boy, what a time to be alive! Today marks our 5th (!!!) anniversary. That’s 5 years we’ve been bringing privacy focused and locally controlled home automation to your home. Happy birthday to us.
This release includes two new features for the auth system. The first one is long-lived access tokens. These are tokens that don’t expire and can be used in your scripts instead of API password. Instructions on how to create and use them can be found on your profile.
Also on your profile page is a new list of existing refresh tokens. These are all the tokens that are currently active for your account. If you ran into issues that the remember login dialog didn’t show, you might have a lot. Don’t worry, you can delete them all.
Experiencing issues introduced by this release? Please report them in our issue tracker. Make sure to fill in all fields of the issue template.
- Trafikverket weather: Instead of having multiple sensor configurations per station, add only one configuration per station and select the type of measurement data to subscribe to using monitored_conditions. The configuration value type should no longer be used. (@endor-force - #15935) (sensor.trafikverket_weatherstation docs) (breaking change)
- Geizhals: config has changed. Remove domain and regex, specify locale instead:
PL. (@JulianKahnert - #15990) (sensor.geizhals docs) (breaking change)
- Update to EnvoyReader 0.2, support for more hardware. Change keys in monitored_conditions from
seven_days_consumption(@jesserizzo - #16212) (sensor.enphase_envoy docs) (breaking change)
- Fix Mi Flora median calculation. Removed
timeoutconfig parameters, they were not used for several months. Replaced
scan_intervalto fix a bug in the PR. (@PaulAnnekov - #16085) (sensor.miflora docs) (breaking change)
- Twitch now requires a
client_idand so the platform got updated. (@ioangogo - #16428) (sensor.twitch docs) (breaking change)
- The radiotherm
modestate attributes were updated to reflect the real-time fan and mode states of the thermostat, rather than the overall selected state (automatic, mostly). The mode attributes still contain the selected modes (fan on/auto, heat/cool/auto). (@cpw - #15031) (climate.radiotherm docs) (breaking change)
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.home-assistant.io/blog/2018/09/17/release-78/