This release updates Chromium to 73, and fixes a bug where containers could
sometimes keep running if you force-closed a terminal tab that still had an
open fresh-node prompt. If you found that certain Selenium tests didn't
pass locally after March 10th, this now fixed as well. 
Thanks to Kunal Mehta, Željko Filipin, and James Forrester for their help
with testing and finding bugs.
Install, update, or learn more; at:
Fresh is a fast way to launch isolated dev environments from your terminal.
These can be used to more securely work with npm-based tooling such as for
ESLint, QUnit, Grunt, WebdriverIO, and Selenium. Example guides:
 Fresh directly uses WMF CI's Docker image for Node.js and browsers.
This means you should be able to reproduce any npm or Selenium test locally
and have it behave nearly-identical to CI. In March, WMF CI jobs were
slowly updated to use its newer image with Chromium 73. Some Selenium tests
started failing in CI after that, due to Chromium 73 changing how text
nodes normalize line breaks (example: change 666946
<https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/core/+/666946>). After fixing
those, you may found <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T277054> that those
same tests would now fail in Fresh. This was because I hadn't yet released
this update. They should now be in sync again!