[ANN] Release of Bugzilla 2.20.4, 2.22.2, and 2.23.4
mkanat at bugzilla.org
Sat Feb 3 01:02:38 UTC 2007
Three Bugzilla releases today! They're mostly security-fix and
Bugzilla 2.22.2 is a bug-fix and security-fix release for the
Bugzilla 2.22 series.
Bugzilla 2.20.4 is a security-fix release for the Bugzilla 2.20
Bugzilla 2.23.4 is our unstable development release. However,
it should be considerably more stable than 2.23.3, since it is
currently running on https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ and has received
some "live testing" there.
Still, we only recommend the 2.23.x series for testing purposes!!
The 2.23.x series will become Bugzilla 3.0. Our current target date
for the release of Bugzilla 3.0 is early April.
Our primary block to releasing 3.0 is that we don't have enough
people to help with the QA process and the release process. If you'd
like to help, please let us know by coming into #mozwebtools on
irc.mozilla.org. You don't have to be a programmer to help with the
release process! You just have to know HTML. You also don't really
have to be much of a programmer to help with QA! So come help out
the project, we'd love your assistance. :-)
We hope you enjoy all our new releases!
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