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In February, the Airflow community has been busy building, growing, and getting excited about a number of projects on the horizon! This month, we:

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The next Airflow Monthly Virtual Town Hall will be held on Wednesday, March 6th, and we’ll be covering:

  • What to expect in Airflow 2.9 with Constance Martineau

  • The journey of a user to a contributor with Chris Hronek

  • And a deep dive into the Hybrid Executor AIP with Niko Oliveira


Airflow 2.8.2

Airflow 2.8.2 was released on February 25th and includes a host of significant enhancements, new features and bug fixes that will greatly benefit our community.

Significant Changes:


New versions of 40 Airflow Providers packages were released.

For all source releases, PyPI packages and docs, see: 


Monthly Event Highlight: An awesome Airflow Meetup in Bangalore thrown by community members Amogh Desai, Utkarsh Sharma, and Sumit Maheshwari!
#37101 | Introducing Logical Operators for dataset conditional logic

Congratulations to Ankit Chaurasia for making this highly requested improvement to the dataset feature, and modernizing Airflow in the process.
To nominate a PR, add a comment with #protm in the body or wait for the vote on the dev list. 






Did you know that Competitive art used to be an Olympic sport? Art Competitions were held at the Olympics 1912 to 1948. The winners of the competitions were awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals, similar to the winners of the athletic competitions.

The events were inspired by Pierre de Coubertin, who wished to meld the competitions in sports with competitions in the arts. The art competitions were dropped from the Olympic program because of the difficulty of determining the amateur status of the artists. 

Source: Olympic Museum

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