Heroku Pipelines created with the Heroku CLI have now an owner assigned
Change effective on 13 September 2017
All Heroku Pipelines created using the Heroku CLI with the commands
pipelines:setup will have an owner assigned. When no
--org flag is specified, the Heroku Pipeline owner will be the personal Heroku account performing the action.
You can run
pipelines:info to check the owner assigned after the creation.
In case a pipeline of a Heroku Pipeline contains mixed ownership, a warning message will be shown. e.g.:
$ heroku pipelines:info my-mixed-pipeline name: my-mixed-pipeline owner: my-team (team) app name stage ────────────── ─────── ⬢ one-app staging ⬢ another-app production ▸ Some apps in this pipeline do not belong to my-team (team). ▸ ▸ All apps in a pipeline must have the same owner as the pipeline owner. ▸ Transfer these apps or change the pipeline owner in pipeline settings. ▸ See https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/pipeline-ownership-transition for more info.
For more information, see the Heroku Pipelines article in the Dev Center.