Release Notes: The new features in this major release include migration from other bug tracking systems, a simple "Browse" interface for browsing open bugs in a system, some usability improvements resulting from a scientific usability study conducted on Bugzilla, and the ability to have drop-in, easy-to-write Extensions that enhance Bugzilla's functionality.
Release Notes: This release candidate has received QA testing, and should be considerably more stable than the development releases before it. It is still not considered fully stable, and so you should understand that if you use it, you use it at your own risk. It includes Release Notes and a listing of New Features.
Release Notes: This release contains various useful bugfixes and security improvements.
Release Notes: This unstable development release contains one security fix and several new features.
Release Notes: This release fixes one security issue and a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release contains major enhancements in the progress toward 3.6.
Release Notes: This release contains useful bugfixes for the 3.4 branch.
Release Notes: A very serious security issue was discovered in Bugzilla 3.4.1. This release contains a fix for that issue, as well as a fix for another security issue. In addition to the security fixes, this release contains various useful bugfixes and minor improvements.
Release Notes: This release fixes a security issue found in 3.4.
Release Notes: This is a new major release. It contains a lot of new features, including a greatly simplified bug-filing page, a new front page, hiding of users' email addresses from logged-out users, email delivery in the background (which greatly speeds up editing of bugs), shorter search URLs, custom field enhancements, a field that allows you to refer to bugs in other Bugzillas, and much more.