Release Notes: This release contains various useful bugfixes for the 3.2 branch, and also one security fix.
Release Notes: This release candidate should be stable enough for production use. New features include simple bug filing, a new home page, hiding of email addresses from logged-out users, shorter search URLs, asynchronous email sending, display of dates and times in the user's time zone, custom fields that only appear when another field has a particular value, custom fields whose list of values change depending on the value of another field, the new custom bug ID field type, the "see also" field, the ability to reorder columns in search results, and search descriptions.
Release Notes: This is a feature-complete preview release for Bugzilla 3.4. Changes include a new home page, a new bug reporting form, the ability to login from every page, various other UI enhancements, and lots of other minor enhancements. This release is still unstable and not recommended for production use.
Release Notes: Compatibility with MySQL 5.1.31 and later, various bugfixes, and one security fix.
Release Notes: This release fixed a bug that was critical for any installation running under mod_perl, which was caused by an unintentional interaction between the various security fixes.
Release Notes: This release contains some security improvements for the 2.22.x branch.
Release Notes: This release contains major security improvements over 3.3.1, and also contains numerous new features and improvements. Note that it is very unstable and should not be used in a production environment.
Release Notes: This release contains various useful bugfixes in addition to major security improvements.
Release Notes: Users can choose their time zone. The "Bug ID" custom field type was added. Values and visibility of custom fields can now be controlled by other fields. Bug lists show a description of what you searched for at the top of the list. Many other features were added. This is an unstable release; it should only be used in testing environments.
Release Notes: An enormous number of features were added, including some user interface enhancements, custom statuses, new custom field types, Oracle support, and lots of other improvements.