Redmine 4.1.0 released

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang 2 months ago

I am happy to announce that Redmine 4.1.0 has been released. You can review the details for the 250 changes that are part of this new feature release.

Here is an overview of the main improvements among all theses changes:

New permissions:

  • Edit own issues (#1248 contributed by Yuichi HARADA): you can allow users with specific roles to edit the issues they created only.
  • Log time for another user (#3848 contributed by Marius BALTEANU): you can allow some roles to log time for other project members.
Issue list improvements:
  • Grouping by date : start, due, creation, update, closing dates (#13803)
  • Issue filtering by spent time (#26826)
  • "starts with" and "ends with" filter operators for string values (#31879)

Issue history tabs (#3058 contributed by Marius BALTEANU)

You can now choose to display different details in the issue history using tabs: all changes, comments, spent time or commits.

Allow pasting screenshots from clipboard (#3816 contributed by Takenori TAKAKI)

You can now paste image data from your clipboard when editing formatted text, eg. using CTRL+V. That will automatically upload the image as an attachment and append the appriorate tag in the text in order to display the image inline. No more need to save your screenshot as a file before uploading it to Redmine.
Note that you can also drag and drop an image file into the textarea to get the same result.

Query system for Projects page (#29482 contributed by Marius BALTEANU)

The project list now supports filtering and an alternate table display similar to the issue list, with grouping and columns selection. Queries on the project list can also be saved in the same way.

Bookmarks and recently used projects in the project jump box (#31355 contributed by Jens Krämer)

This is a nice improvement for users who belong to many projects. You can now choose your favorite projects that will be displayed at the top of the project selection dropdown. This can be done by using the "Bookmark" link on a project overview. The dropdown will also display the projects you recently visited at the top of the list.

Custom fields visibility (#23997, #31859, #31925 contributed by Jens Krämer and Marius BALTEANU)

Just like issue custom fields, you can restrict the visibility of projects, versions and spent time custom fields by roles

CSV Import for Time Entries (#28234 contributed by Gregor Schmidt)

Just like issues, you can now bulk import time entries from a CSV file.

And don't forget to check the many other improvements brought by this new release in the Changelog.
Many thanks to Go MAEDA and all the contributors who made this release happen!


Comments

Added by Hirofumi Kadoya 2 months ago

thanks!

Added by Bernhard Rohloff 2 months ago

Hooray! Thanks to all contributors for this amazing release. :-)

Added by Martin Loučka 2 months ago

Hi, I would like to join the cheering crowd and appreciate this release, many thanks to all contributors! Merry Christmas and happy new year to everybody :)

Added by Martin Loučka 2 months ago

...so when will the 4.2.0 come out? :D

Added by Federico Vera 2 months ago

Amazing work guys!

Added by Jacq Jacq 2 months ago

Thanks, great news!
I check dockerhub and v4.0.6 is already there but not v4.1.0 tags, is this on purpose? should we stick with 4.0.6?

Added by Mitsuyoshi Kawabata 2 months ago

cool! thanks guys!

Added by Luc Luc 2 months ago

Thank you.

Added by Nuwan Tharanga 2 months ago

Thanks for all contributors and looking forward to working with Redmine continuously from 2019 on-wards....

Marry Christmas and Happy New year...

Added by Sven Culley 2 months ago

When will the 4.1 branch be available on GitHub?

Added by JK Son about 1 month ago

Cool! Always thanks for your maintenance!

Added by JK Son about 1 month ago

And Happy holidays and a swift slide into healthy and happy New Year to you and your family!

Added by Jan from Planio www.plan.io about 1 month ago

Amazing and stable release as always! Thanks again for your your tireless efforts Jean-Philippe and thanks to all contributors! With a little delay, we've now updated Redmine Security Scanner to properly detect 4.1.0 for those who have updated already.

Added by Erik E about 1 month ago

Thanks for this release!

Added by Everton Sant'Ana de Araujo about 1 month ago

Jean-Philippe Lang, a big thanks from Brazilian Army. We adopted Redmine in 2012 and the results are excellent!

Thank you so much for your great work!

Where can I find the upgrade instructions from 4.0.x to 4.1.x? Can I use the instructions here https://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/RedmineUpgrade?

Added by Robert Schneider about 1 month ago

The project overview with its filter options is a major feature. Thank you all for that!!

Added by Aleksey Deryagin about 1 month ago

Thanks for next amazing Redmine release! ;)