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The Forgejo admin should carefully read the required manual actions before upgrading. A point release (e.g. v1.19.1 or v1.19.2) does not require manual actions but others might (e.g. v1.18.0, v1.19.0).
The [complete list of commits](https://codeberg.org/forgejo/forgejo/commits/branch/v1.19/forgejo) included in the `Forgejo v1.19.0-0` release can be reviewed from the command line with:
The [complete list of commits](https://codeberg.org/forgejo/forgejo/commits/branch/v1.19/forgejo) included in the `Forgejo v1.19.0-2` release can be reviewed from the command line with:
* [Option to prohibit fork if user reached maximum limit of repositories](https://codeberg.org/forgejo/forgejo/commit/7cc7db73b)
It is possible for a user to create as many fork as they want, even when a quota on the number of repositories is imposed. The new `ALLOW_FORK_WITHOUT_MAXIMUM_LIMIT` setting can now be set to `false` so forks are prohibited if that means exceeding the quota.
[Read more about repository configurations](https://forgejo.org/docs/v1.19/admin/config-cheat-sheet/#repository-repository)