Release Notes: Several bugfixes and other changes.
Release Notes: Disabled users are not shown in assignees. The project list was altered not to require a submit (switch) button. An option for TLS and SSL (SMTP) was added.
Release Notes: This update fixes the Cross Site Scripting security issue that was quickly discovered after the recent 0.9.8 release. Other minor bugs were also fixed, such as the permissions check on the project selector and the date range for reports.
Release Notes: User group permissions are now set at project level as well as globally. Permissions themselves are more fine-grained, allowing project managers more control over what their users have access to. Tasks can now have dependencies, meaning that they can block other tasks closing. Tasks can be also marked private, allowing only the assigned users to access them. New setup scripts make installing and upgrading easier, and online documention is now available on the Web site.
Release Notes: All changes to a bug are now comprehensively logged to a 'history' tab. Scheduled reminders have been implemented, and tasks are now locked while editing so that no-one can save over your changes-in-progress. Initial work has been done on reporting tools, sub-categories are implemented, and task-list column headings are now configurable.
Release Notes: Flyspray now supports more than one project, and many preferences are now at project level instead of global. Additional databases are now supported through the use of ADODB, and MySQL and Postgres database schemas has been provided. Regular expression filtering was implemented to screen user-submitted data.
Release Notes: Internationalisation support has been implemented. English, French, German, and Dutch translations are included. Each task can now have unlimited related tasks, and unlimited users notified of changes. Each Category can have an "owner" who gets notified when a new task opens in that category. Comments can be edited and deleted by Admins, and the default stylesheet is much improved. Automatic user-registration scripts can be thwarted by sending a confirmation code, and an option has been added to prevent unauthorised people viewing tasks.