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Atlassian has just released the latest version of its professional issue tracker, JIRA 3.6.

JIRA 3.6 adds the ability to assign permissions and notifications to an issue's group field value. For example, users could specify a 'Responsible Group' for an issue, and that group's members would get notifications and permissions for that issue. 3.6 also allows new notification events to be defined, allowing fine-grained control over who gets notified in complex workflows. Reporting has been improved in this release with the inclusion of pie-charting capabilities and an average age report. With faster page loads, workflow editor improvements, and 50 other improvements and bug fixes, JIRA 3.6 is a worthy update. A complete list of changes can be found in the release notes available at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/11180/releasenotes

JIRA is free for qualified open source projects and non-profits, and commercial users will benefit from an upfront and no-hassle pricing and licensing policy. In just over 4 years, over 3,100 organizations in more than 60 countries have selected JIRA for their bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management

Those new to JIRA can download a free 30-day evaluation from http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/11181/jira
16 years ago
Atlassian releases JIRA 3.5, the professional issue tracking and project management software application, with over a dozen new time-savings features and improvements. Over 2,700 organizations in more than 55 countries have selected JIRA for their bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management needs. New features in JIRA 3.5 include bulk workflow transition, bulk assignment of users to groups, a charting plugin for displaying data more graphically, Microsoft Word export, and a Fogbugz importer, and over 50 bug fixes. A complete list of changes can be found at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/11013/releasenotes.

Anyone can download a JIRA 3.5 evaluation at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/11014/download. JIRA is free for qualified open source projects and non-profits, and commercial users will benefit from an upfront and no-hassle pricing and licensing policy.
16 years ago
Atlassian announced "Codegeist," their first annual plug-in competition starting today (19 January!). Loads of prizes are available including a $5,000 first prize, licenses to great apps from JetBrains, Cenqua, and YourKit, subscriptions to MindReef and Sourcebeat, and Codegeist t-shirts. Individuals or teams of up to three people can develop Java-based plug-ins for either Atlassian JIRA or Confluence. The coolest, most useful, most elegant plug-ins will win; entries will be judged by the votes of the Atlassian Development team. For more information, visit http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR/10990/codegeist.
16 years ago
Atlassian announces the release of Confluence 2.1, the enterprise wiki. Coming just 3-weeks after the major 2.0 release, Confluence 2.1 enhances the wiki's legendary ease of use and helps customers to better manage thousands of users and pages. New features include autosave, concurrent editing notifications, improved LDAP support, and dashboard and page edit updates. A complete list of changes can be found online at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-C/10850/releasenotes.

Confluence is free for qualified open source projects and non-profit organisations, and commercial and academic users will benefit from upfront and simple pricing. You can download a free 30-day trial at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-C/10851/confluencehome.
16 years ago
Atlassian releases Confluence 2.0, the most widely used commercial wiki for knowledge sharing with over 700 customers worldwide. This new release introduces over 200 improvements including the a comprehensive WYSIWYG editor, a highly requested labelling capability and much more. A complete list of updates can be found online at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-C/10724.

Confluence is free for non-profit and Open Source use, and available as a 30-day evaluation for commercial entities. Download a free evaluation of Confluence today at http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-C/10723.
16 years ago
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.
16 years ago
Atlassian Software Systems today announced the release of JIRA 3.1, the latest release of the company's flagship, professional issue tracking application. With over 80 new features, bug fixes and improvements, JIRA 3.1 improves significantly on the successful JIRA 3.0 release. JIRA 3.1 introduces customiseable CSV import capabilities, a much-improved SOAP and XML-RPC remote interface, and even more powerful plugin capabilities. In addition, this latest release improves performance and cross-browser compatibility.

Today, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing, Oracle, Novell, Samsung, Harvard, Stanford, MIT, 3M, BP, GE, Sony, AOL, Pixar, BMW, Pfizer, Vodafone, World Bank, United Nations, Citigroup, McDonalds and many, many more companies � over 2,500 in total � all take advantage of JIRA's flexibility to integrate it into their business.

To see the full JIRA 3.1 release notes please visit:
http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10612

To download a fully functional free evaluation, try an online demo, or just find out more visit:
http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10610

For more information please feel free to contact Ben Naftzger (mailto:ben@atlassian.com).
17 years ago
Sydney, Australia - December 8 - Today, Atlassian Software Systems announced the third major update to their knowledge management product, Confluence - The Professional Wiki. Confluence 1.3 now looks better, performs better and does far more than it ever has before with the addition of email archiving, finely grained security, a host of new macros and much, much more. Confluence 1.3 continues to improve the user interface to allow users of all levels to seamlessly integrate Confluence into their working day.

Confluence new email archiving allows emails to be imported directly into Confluence (by importing an mbox file or by regularly polling a POP mailbox). Mail can then be browsed chronologically or by thread or searched using Confluence�s powerful full-text search functionality.

Validating the value of wiki technology within today's enterprise environment, Confluence now boasts over 200 customers including such notables as Boeing, Raytheon, Cisco, Alcatel, Vodafone, Pixar, BBC, BMW, Volvo, MIT, Stanford, World Bank, United Nations and more! Confluence is now arguably the most successful commercial wiki in the world today.
17 years ago
The team at Atlassian has released JIRA 3.0. It is the culmination of 6 months hard work, and is probably the largest release in Atlassian's history, with over 400 individual improvements! JIRA 3.0 contains significant new features as well as many, many improvements and bug fixes.

JIRA rocks! Perhaps this helps to explain the fact that JIRA is now used by project managers, developers, managers, testers and other staff across thousands of organisations in over 35 countries.

To see the full JIRA 3.0 release notes please visit:
http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-J/10492
17 years ago
Sydney, Australia - Mar. 23, 2004 � We thought you might like to know that Atlassian Software Systems has announced the release of their latest product: Confluence 1.0.
Confluence, the professional J2EE wiki, is a knowledge management tool designed to make it as easy as possible for a team to share information with each other, and with the world. Confluence's simple but powerful editing and site management features help sharing information, collaborating on documents and brainstorming ideas, all from a single web-based location.
Confluence adds professional features rarely seen in wiki software (and especially not all in the same wiki package): flexible privilege-based security management, blogging, automated refactoring, exporting pages or entire spaces to HTML or PDF, a comprehensive remote API, easy �unpack and run� installation; all wrapped up in Atlassian�s �Legendary Service�.
Read more or try an evaluation today here http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR-C/10180.
Availability and Pricing
Confluence 1.0 is available now via Atlassian's web site. Confluence's fair and upfront perpetual per-server licensing policy includes free upgrades and support for 12 months. Confluence is a J2EE application which runs on any platform.
18 years ago
Atlassian has released the next version of JIRA, their issue tracking and project management application. This is the biggest update since the inception of JIRA. JIRA 2.5 brings greater convenience and efficiency across the application with many customer driven improvements including: internationalisation, customisable field management, bulk editing of issues, developer workload reports and project categories. To learn more about JIRA, go to http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/.
18 years ago