Meraki API 1.29 / 1.30

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daniel_abbatt
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Meraki API 1.29 / 1.30

Which version is about to be released? It should be 1.29 I believe, but the repo https://github.com/meraki/openapi is showing 1.30 as being the current release.

This repo is supposed to be the source of truth as per https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-v1/#!versioning

Normally future versions would be on side/beta branches and main would be the current released version.

According to the https://github.com/meraki/openapi/releases/tag/v1.29.0 tag, this was released on Jan 4th, but the changelog/release notes don't appear to be updated.

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daniel_abbatt
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It looks like the repo has been fixed in some way as the latest version is 1.29 and no longer 1.30.

The release notes still only show 1.28 but the change log now includes 1.29

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/whats-new/#!v1-29-0

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GIdenJoe
Kind of a big deal

I'm trying to use newer versions but since Postman updated I have no clue how to get the collection in there.  It wants to make a public fork but that seems a bit much for someone that just wants to test a few calls.

 

However Cisco devnet directly links to 1.30
https://documenter.getpostman.com/view/897512/SzYXYfmJ

So I guess it is ready for use?

 

Then again this link: https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/whats-new/#!2022/12-2022 only goes up to 1.28... documentation delay?

daniel_abbatt
Getting noticed

It looks like the repo has been fixed in some way as the latest version is 1.29 and no longer 1.30.

The release notes still only show 1.28 but the change log now includes 1.29

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/whats-new/#!v1-29-0

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