The release introduces several bug fixes, security improvements, and updates to documentation, the details of which you can find in our change log. Most importantly, it marks the introduction of our new OpenTofu public registry!
OpenTF became a focal point for extensive media coverage, heated debates, and insightful conversations. In this post, I’ll try to recap some of these, in a way that (I hope) would provide helpful context for people new to this story.
Essential building blocks of the Internet, such as Linux, Kubernetes, and Terraform need to be truly open source: that's the only way to ensure that we are building on top of solid and predictable underpinnings.