[ANN] Release of Bugzilla 4.1.2, 4.0.1, 3.6.5, and 3.4.11

Max Kanat-Alexander mkanat at bugzilla.org
Thu Apr 28 03:48:30 UTC 2011

   Today we are releasing 4.0.1, 3.6.5, 3.4.11, and the unstable
development snapshot 4.1.2.

   Many users had difficulty installing Bugzilla 4.0, 3.6.4, and 3.4.10,
due to a bug related to the "Math::Random::Secure" library. These
releases fix that bug among other issues.

   Note that 4.1.2 is an unstable development release and should not
be used in production environments. However, we are getting very close
to feature freeze for 4.2, so now is the time to give us feedback on
4.1.2 if you want its behavior to change significantly before we

Bugzilla is available at:


Release Notes & Changes
Before installing or upgrading, you should read the Release Notes for
your new version of Bugzilla:

   4.0.1:  http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/4.0.1/release-notes.html
   3.6.5:  http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/3.6.5/release-notes.html
   3.4.11: http://www.bugzilla.org/releases/3.4.11/release-notes.html

It is VERY IMPORTANT to read the Release Notes if you are
upgrading from one major version to another (such as 3.4.x to 3.6.x).

To see a list of all changes between your version of Bugzilla and
the current version of Bugzilla, you can use the chart at:


The Bugzilla Update
The Bugzilla Update contains a description of the new features that
are in 4.1.2 and talks a bit about our plans for the future:



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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 thousands of organizations across the globe, and
is widely regarded as one of the top defect-tracking systems available.

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   -Max Kanat-Alexander
   Release Manager, Bugzilla Project
Max Kanat-Alexander
Chief Architect, Community Lead, and Release Manager
Bugzilla Project

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