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JIRA 3.4 Issue Tracker - with Wiki Goodness

 
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JIRA 3.4, the latest release of the award winning issue tracker, delivers over 120 individual improvements driven by extensive customer feedback. Per-project issue types, wiki notation support, 'cloneable' portlets, new plugin types, improved RSS support, RPC enhancements and a Czech language pack are just some of the improvements included in this new release. A complete list of updates can be found online at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10721. JIRA is free for non-profit and Open Source use, and available as a 30 day evaluation for commercial entities.

Atlassian's strong focus on listening to customers to ensure product relevance helps explain why JIRA is used in over 55 countries across more than 2,600 organisations. Learn more and download a free 30-day evaluation of JIRA today at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10720.
 
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