Redmine 1.0.1 released (4 comments)
Redmine 1.0.1 has been released to Rubyforge. This is the first non release candidate for the 1.0 version of Redmine. With over 57 changes since Redmine 1.0, this should be a very stable release. Upgrading is recommended for all 0.9.x and 1.0.0 users.
Redmine 1.0.0 released (6 comments)
This is still considered a release candidate (RC) release. The code has been stabilized over the past 6 weeks and we believe it is ready to be tested in production, but there still might be some rough edges. We are using this release to get some for final feedback, both for 1.0.1 (bug fixes) and our next major release 1.1.0.
Finally, I personally wanted to thank everyone who has helped Redmine over the past four years. Without everyone's contribution, the project wouldn't be as awesome as it is now. Thank you.
Redmine 0.9.6 released - security fix (1 comment)
This security release addresses some security vulnerabilities found in the advanced subversion integration module (Redmine.pm perl script). Upgrading is strongly recommended for all 0.9.x users who are using the advanced subversion integration.
Thank you to Stefan Marfilius, Holger Just, and chiky_cin for their assistance with this release.
This maintenance release includes several bug fixes for the stable branch of Redmine. Upgrading is recommended for 0.9.x users.
Redmine 0.9.4 bug/security fix released (3 comments)
This maintenance release fixes more than 30 bugs and several security vulnerabilities.
Upgrading is highly recommanded for 0.9.x users.
First Redmine Developer Meeting - 2010-04-30 (1 comment)
- Plugin developers
- People interested in getting involved in the Redmine community
- Others who have nothing better to listen to on Friday
I'm hoping this meeting will help communicate the overall vision of the Redmine project and also involve more of the community in the project. I hope I can see you there.
Google Chrome extension for Redmine users (4 comments)
Giovanni Clement has written a Chrome extension that lets Redmine users quickly access their issues.
It's called QuickRedmine and is available in the Google Chrome extension directory.
After the extension is installed, go to the extension options to configure your Redmine URL.
It adds an icon to your Chrome tool bar where you can type an issue ID to view it. It also lists the last viewed issues.
What's new in trunk: Subtasking (8 comments)
To start adding subtasks, you need to enable the new 'Manage subtasks' permission. Then, go to an existing issue and hit 'Add' in the subtasks section. Priority, start and due dates, progress, estimate, spent time are automatically rolled-up to parent issues.
The gantt chart was adjusted to display the issue hierachy:
A 'Parent task' column can be added to the issue list. Sorting by this column will make the issue list display the issue tree as well.
This new feature will be part of Redmine 1.0.0 (RC) release.
Redmine 0.9.3 released (3 comments)
Redmine 0.9.3 was released to Rubyforge yesterday. This is a bug fix release for the 0.9.x series of Redmine that includes 30 bugfixes since the 0.9.2 release. To upgrade, follow the upgrade process on the wiki.
Redmine 0.9.2 released (7 comments)
This bug fix release can be found at Rubyforge.
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