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Register with Buildpack Registry #30

jbyrum opened this Issue May 30, 2018 · 1 comment


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jbyrum commented May 30, 2018

My name is Jon Byrum and I’m a product manager at Heroku. Your buildpack is one of the top 200 most popular buildpacks on Heroku!

I would like to invite you to publish your buildpack early in our Buildpack Registry, before it is made available to the general public (expected early July).

To register your buildpack, visit:

Why register?

  • By registering early you’ll be able to grab your preferred namespace for the buildpack
  • After registering, your buildpack will be available to all Heroku users when they run heroku buildpacks:search. In the future, we will only display registered buildpacks on
  • The Buildpack Registry makes it easy for you to publish a new version of your buildpack, as well as roll back if there are errors

Recommended naming conventions:

  • We recommend that you use the same namespace (e.g., jbyrum) with Buildpack Registry that you use on GitHub
  • In general, avoid using "buildpack" in the name of your registered buildpack
    • For example: If your Github repo is, then we recommend a name like "foobar/elixir"

It would be greatly appreciated if you could publish before June 18th, as we prepare to make the feature publicly available. Registering a buildpack should take approximately 5 minutes.

If you have any questions about registering (or run into any issues), please email:


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bcardiff commented Jun 1, 2018

Thanks @jbyrum! We are really happy that crystal made it's way into heroku.

The buildpack has been registered under crystal-lang/crystal.

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