Bugzilla 5.0 Is Coming Soon With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 31 January 2015 at 08:19 AM EST. 8 Comments
Bugzilla 5.0 is gearing up for a release in the next few weeks and with this big version bump will come a number of new features to this popular open-source bug tracking software.

Bugzilla 5.0 RC2 was released this week in preparation for an official Bugzilla 5.0 release in "the next few weeks" for general availability.

For those not tracking Bugzilla's 5.0 development, it features a new REST-like interface to then deprecate the XML-RPC and JSON-RPC interfaces, API key support has been added for better security, improved caching support using Memcached, support to tag bug comments, improved bug group membership checking, improved documentation, search improvements, and many bug-fixes.

Those wishing to learn more about the features coming to Bugzilla 5.0 can see the tentative release notes. The 5.0 RC2 announcement and some point releases in the Bugzilla 4 series were announced via this mailing list post.
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