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Redash Monthly - Issue #4

As everyone (in the Northern Hemisphere) taking their summer vacations, August wasn't that busy and w
Redash Monthly - Issue #4
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As everyone (in the Northern Hemisphere) taking their summer vacations, August wasn’t that busy and we decided to spare your inbox from a boring email and skipped September’s update. But now we got a very busy newsletter for you!

Redash V5 has arrived
Following the beta release in August, we released the final version of V5 towards end of September. It includes:
🙏 Thanks to the 29 contributors who contributed to this release.
10,000+ stars on GitHub
Also early in September we crossed the 10K stars on GitHub and 200 contributors. It’s a great opportunity to thank all the people in our community. Thank you!
Redash
We almost missed it, but last week we crossed the 10K stars on GitHub 🤩 and 200 contributors 💪

It's a great opportunity to thank all the people in our community. 🙏We're a small team and only as strong as our community. https://t.co/wOL3hSaWFV
6:38 PM - 12 Sep 2018
An important security update for V4
This is only relevant to self hosted deployments of Redash running version V4. If you’re using the hosted version (app.redash.io), you can ignore this entirely. Continue on our blog.
Hacktoberfest 2018
It’s the 5th year of Hacktoberfest! Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open source software run by DigitalOcean in partnership with GitHub and Twilio.
It’s a great way to contribute to Open Source and win a great T-Shirt. 🤓
Hacktoberfest 2018
How You're Using Redash
We’re producing case studies about how different companies use Redash. The first 2 case studies of BubbleIQ and Studio71 are published.
We also wanted to share how Antoine Augusti uses Redash to advocate a data culture, advance domain knowledge and enforce transparency for key metrics at French Sea Rescue Operations.
France has got a bit less than 10 maritime rescue coordination centers to cover the sea area under France’s control (2nd largest territory behind the US). They use Redash to follow their activity, spot new trends in their zone, prepare exercises, reply to queries, prepare prevention spots and adapt local regulations for safety reasons (sports like surf, kite surf, diving, etc). Marine officers are trained to use it. I work there for a bit less than 8 months and my mission is to help them use the data they have.
(from Twitter)
And one last thing… Justin Butlion uses Redash (along with BigQuery, TypeForm, Zapier and Google Spreadsheets) to monitor analyze his life as a business analyst 👌

Happy Querying 🤓
Arik, Levko and Zsolt
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