Gbrowse will soon die, get used to the new WashU genome browser.
As announced at the 9th International Tunicate Meeting and in the Aniseed 2017 paper in NAR, we introduced the WashU epigenome browser in replacement of Gbrowse 2.0, which is no longer maintained and developed.
For the first year the two browsers are coexisting (but many more data are present on WashU than Gbrowse). Starting from summer 2018, only the WashU browser will remain. We encourage you to get ready for the shift by gradually shifting your own analyses to WashU if you have not done so yet. If you encounter any problems with this, let us know: this will give us time to find a suitable solution to help you out.
Thank you for your understanding.