Two New Bugzilla Releases, Bugzilla Website Redesigned
Saturday July 10th, 2004
The Bugzilla Project, one of the most widely used bug reporting systems, today released version 2.16.6 of Bugzilla (Release Notes), which includes a number of security fixes, as well as additional bug fixes. Along with that, they have released the first release candidate of Bugzilla 2.18 (Release Notes), which will be the next major release of Bugzilla. 2.18 features a number of new enhancements, some of which have been available to mozilla.org Bugzilla users for some time. Downloads for both releases can be found on the Bugzilla Download Page.
Along with the two new releases, the Bugzilla team have redesigned their website to utilize roughly the same layout as mozilla.org. A recent status update by Zach Lipton talks about the new redesign, as well as what some of the future plans for Bugzilla are.
#7 Re: Better Site than Mozilla.org
Sunday July 11th, 2004 6:00 PM
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Yes, I'm often wondering if the two parts are supposed to look like they meet at the corners, and if so why they don't. And conversly sometimes I wonder if they're supposed to look separate, and if so why they look as if they do meet at the corners!
Out of interest, why isn't that image a transparent PNG image? I think, in my uninformed opinion, it would look so much better if the white parts of that logo image were transparent to the background below (remove the image, for example with Nuke Anything, to see what I mean).