Release Notes: A markup language enables users to format content, for instance in item reports. Numerous anti-spam tools are now available: DNSbl, SpamAssassin, and the ability for users to flag content as spam. The item page layout has been reorganized so that editing the item attributes or inserting a comment no longer require scrolling of the window. The various sections are folded (and can be unfolded by a simple click) to provide a more condensed layout. It is possible to create squads to group small teams of members that must be assigned items together.
Release Notes: This release brings many interface improvements and bugfixes. The top menu now uses drop-down sub-menus, allowing users to jump from any page to another with a single click. The "display criteria" boxes are now minimized by default to give more room to the results.
Release Notes: A documentation manager (called cookbook) and data export as XML file were added. Many bugfixes and cosmetics changes were made. Development was moved from CVS to SVN.
Release Notes: It is now possible for logged-in users to vote for items they care about. This release includes several cosmetic/minor bugfixes and trivial improvements.
Release Notes: This release is fully UTF-8 compliant (interface and database), and also includes many trivial bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Many cosmetic changes and bugfixes was were made. The "My" section now has a "My Incoming Items" section that lists new items of interest to the user, and additional flexibility for what should be shown in "My Items" was provided. Mail notification was revamped. Savannah-specific code was integrated along with support for CVS, SVN, and Arch.
Release Notes: Access to private items is now managed on a member-basis. Trackers "Private items exclude list" now allows the setting of a list of addresses which should never receive private item email notifications. It is now possible to have several fields automatically updated on a field value transition. Forms now have a unique ID to avoid duplicate posts in an efficient way. It is now possible to use multiple canned responses for one comment on all trackers. It is now possible to search items, persons, and groups by their ID number.
Release Notes: Project admins can now allow or disallow transitions from one field value (like status) to another on trackers. Transitions can have special effects like assigning the item to another project member. XHTML is now used instead of HTML. Reminders of open items can now be sent at the project admin's or user's choice. The status (closed/open) of items are now shown with distinct colors. Priority colors are also shown when listing item dependencies. Cosmetics changes have been done and many bugs have been fixed.