0.62: MyChevy, Iota and Venstar Thermostat

0.62: MyChevy, Iota and Venstar Thermostat

Second release of the year and it’s buzzing on GitHub. This release we had 70 people contribute code. We’ve also managed to finally get our PR count below a 100 open PRs again. A lot of cool stuff still waiting to make it to a future Home Assistant release.

I want to give a shout out to @martinhjelmare and @frenck. Martin is doing an amazing job at code reviews and Franck has been kicking ass with Hass.io add-ons and keeping track of our documentation PRs. Thanks for this amazing work!


With this new integration by @sdague you are able to keep an eye on your Chevy Bolt EV. Keep track if your car is plugged in, the battery stats and the range it is currently capable of driving. Hip!

New Platforms

If you need help…

…don’t hesitate to use our very active forums or join us for a little chat. The release notes have comments enabled but it’s preferred if you use the former communication channels. Thanks.

Reporting Issues

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Breaking Changes

  • Tahoma platform will get new entity IDs (@glpatcern#11547) (tahoma docs) (cover.tahoma docs) (breaking change)
  • Mold indicator: attribute names no longer include spaces or periods (@olskar#11694) (sensor.mold_indicator docs) (breaking change)
  • Custom component devs only: EntityComponent.add_entity(entity) and EntityComponent.async_add_entity(entity) have been removed. Use EntityComponent.add_entities([entity]) and EntityComponent.async_add_entities([entity]) instead. Also EntityComponent.entities is no longer a dictionary but instead an iterable. Use EntityComponent.get_entity(entity_id) to get entity by id. (@balloob#11691) (breaking change)

All changes