Bugzilla 2.14 Released
Tuesday September 11th, 2001
One of the many side projects that mozilla.org is responsible for, Bugzilla, has reached version 2.14. Dave Miller, the owner of Bugzilla, posted this update in the newsgroups as to what's new in this version. Click the Full Article link to find out more.
#1 Bugzilla releases
Tuesday September 11th, 2001 2:45 AM
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In addition to the 2.14 release, bugzilla.mozilla.org updated to the tip (2.15) to pick up the new Patch Manager which allows us to track the status of a particular attachment within a bug report. Attachments can have the flags "is patch" and "obsolete" and can have the statuses "has-review", "has-super-review", "has-approval", and "needs work". We also picked up a nice performance fix that makes the Component list rebuild much faster when you select a Program/Product. Thanks to all the Bugzilla folks for some great improvements to a tool that is central to our entire process.
For those of you that don't know, Bugzilla is famous. It is used by many other organizations including (the one's I've heard about) RedHat, Ximian, Colab.net, GNOME, Apatche, SGI, LinuxCare, Codefactory, Pure Carbon, Computerworld Inc, US Army, US Navy, American Medical Association, Active State, Oeone, Brandeis Univ., AirFlash, Intrec Software, NASA, Exolab, Creative Technologies, and many more.