[ANN] Release of Bugzilla 5.0.3, 4.4.12, and 5.1.1

David Lawrence dkl at mozilla.com
Mon May 16 20:08:00 UTC 2016

  Today we are releasing 5.0.3, 4.4.12, and the unstable
development snapshot 5.1.1.

  Bugzilla 5.0.3 is our latest stable release. It contains several
important bug fixes and a security fix for the 5.0 branch.

  Bugzilla 4.4.12 is a security fix update for the 4.4 branch. It
also contains several useful bug fixes.

  Note that 5.1.1 is an unstable development release and should not
be used in production environments. We are not yet feature-frozen at
this time so the features you see in 5.1.1 might not accurately
represent the behavior that 6.0 will have.

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

  5.0.3:  https://www.bugzilla.org/releases/5.0.3/release-notes.html
  4.4.12: https://www.bugzilla.org/releases/4.4.12/release-notes.html

It is VERY IMPORTANT to read the Release Notes if you are
upgrading from one major version to another (like 4.4.x to 5.0.x).

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David Lawrence
Release Manager, Bugzilla Project

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