[ANN] Release of Bugzilla 3.0.1, 3.1.1, 2.22.3, and 2.20.5
mkanat at bugzilla.org
Thu Aug 23 21:04:56 UTC 2007
Today the Bugzilla project has four releases!
3.0.1 is the first bug-fix release for the 3.0 series. 3.0 was very
stable, but 3.0.1 adds a lot of little polish fixes that greatly improve
the experience of using Bugzilla.
3.1.1 is our first development release toward Bugzilla 3.2. It has
a huge number of new features, but is EXTREMELY UNSTABLE. It has not
been tested, and should not be used in a production environment. It may
fail in critical ways, or destroy your data. However, it is useful as
a feature preview and for testing purposes.
2.22.3 and 2.20.5 are security-fix and critical bug-fix releases for
the 2.22 and 2.20 series. If you are using any 2.22 or 2.20 version,
we strongly recommend you update to these versions.
All four releases also contain security fixes, and so you should
definitely update if you want your installation to remain secure.
Bugzilla is available at:
Release Notes & Changes
Before installing or upgrading, it is VERY IMPORTANT to read
the Release Notes:
To see a list of all changes between your version of Bugzilla and
the current version of Bugzilla, you can use the chart at:
All four releases contain security fixes. You can read the security
advisory describing the fixed issues here:
Find out what's happening with the Bugzilla Project, and also get a list
of features in the latest development release here:
If you find a bug in Bugzilla, please report it! Instructions are
at this URL:
Try Out Bugzilla
If you'd like to test-drive Bugzilla, you can use the demo
installations of Bugzilla at:
You can ask questions for free on the mailing lists (or in IRC)
about Bugzilla, or you can hire a paid consultant to help you out:
Free Support: http://www.bugzilla.org/support/
Paid Support: http://www.bugzilla.org/support/consulting.html
Bugzilla is a "Defect Tracking System" or "Bug-Tracking System."
Defect Tracking Systems allow individuals or groups of developers
to keep track of outstanding bugs in their product effectively.
Most commercial defect-tracking software vendors charge enormous
licensing fees. Despite being "free", Bugzilla has many features
its expensive counterparts lack. Consequently, Bugzilla has quickly
become a favorite of hundreds of organizations across the globe, and
is widely regarded as one of the top defect-tracking systems available.
See http://www.bugzilla.org/about/ for more details.
Release Manager, Bugzilla Project
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