Redmine: Redmine 3.0.0 and 2.6.2 released (8 comments)
This new version brings several improvements to the search engine (it's now much faster and includes new search options) and many new features: default issue status per tracker, multiple emails per user, ability to edit attachment descriptions and more. It now runs with the latest Rails 4.2.0 and ruby 1.8 is no longer supported. Redmine 3.0.0 requires ruby 1.9.3 or higher (and now supports ruby 2.2).
A bit of cleanup was done in the issues permissions system now that the workflow permission setting gives full control over editable or read-only fields. The `Move issues` permission is gone, you just need to set the project field as read-only if you don't want the users to be able to move issues. The behaviour that allowed users to edit a few issue properties if a status transition is allowed (even if these users don't have the `Edit issues` permission) is also dropped: the `Edit issues` is now required to change an issue status.
Redmine 2.6.2 is a maintenance relase that fixes several issues.
You can review the list of all changes in the Changelog.
Security: these new releases also fix a potential XSS vulnerability in flash messages rendering, discovered by Holger Just. If you're running 2.4, 2.5 or 2.6 and is not able to update, you can manually apply the attached patch that will fix this issue.
Redmine: Redmine 2.6.1 released (5 comments)
Redmine 2.6.1 is a maintenance release available for download.
It includes many fixes and several translations updates. You can review the list of changes in the Changelog.
Redmine: Redmine 2.6.0, 2.5.3 and 2.4.7 released (12 comments)
The latest feature release 2.6.0 is available for download. It ships with more than 60 changes including a better PDF support (thanks to Jun and Toshi), bulk edition of workflows and the ability to give custom permissions for non member and anonymous users per project.
Please note that 2.6.x is the last stable branch before 3.0 that will upgrade from Rails 3.2 to 4.1.
Redmine: Redmine 2.5.2 and 2.4.6 released (6 comments)
Redmine: Plugin rating system added to the repository (5 comments)
With more than 500 plugins in the Redmine plugins directory, a rating system was introduced yesterday in order to help people find usefull plugins used by the community. Feel free to rate your prefered plugins and leave a small comment, the repository is available at: http://www.redmine.org/plugins
Redmine: Redmine 2.5.1 and 2.4.5 released (Security) (2 comments)
Redmine 2.5.1 is a maintenance release that includes a security fix (wrong validation of the URL where the user is redirected to after logging in, reported by Minoru Sakai). You can review the other changes in the Changelog. Redmine 2.4.5 includes the security fix only.
Redmine: Redmine 2.5.0 and 2.4.4 released (4 comments)
Redmine 2.5.0 is a new feature release available for download.
It brings many improvements to custom fields formats: text formatting support, HTTP link support, fine-grained selection for user and version custom fields based on roles and version status. The custom field format API was fully rewritten, so if you're running some plugins that deal with it (eg. that adds non standard field formats), you'll have to update them before upgrading. This version also introduces experimental support for Markdown formatting, a popular text formatting syntax. You can review the list of all changes in the Changelog.
Redmine 2.4.4 is a maintenance release that fixes a few defects and upgrades Rails to 3.2.17.
Redmine: Redmine 2.4.3 released (3 comments)
Redmine 2.4.1 fixes the errors that occur on non-GET requests when using the REST API with Redmine 2.4.0. If you're not using the REST API, upgrading to this new version is not needed.
Unlike all previous releases, this one is not available on Rubyforge. You'll find it exclusively in the Download section.
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