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130,000 downloads of Bugzilla 3.2.3

We had a Bugzilla meeting yesterday, and one question was about the number of downloads of recent releases. Bugzilla 3.4rc1 and 3.2.4 were released last week, on July 8, i.e. 6 days before the meeting. There were 1204 downloads of Bugzilla 3.4rc1, and 4426 downloads of Bugzilla 3.2.4 so far. These numbers look low to us, but maybe that’s due to summer vacations. But the good news is about Bugzilla 3.2.3, which was released on March 30, i.e. 3.5 months ago: 131235 downloads! This number is consistent and slightly higher than for Bugzilla 3.0.4 (released on May 4, 2008), which has been downloaded 120500 times after the same time.

One year ago, I blogged about major Bugzilla installations and the version they were running. Many of them were running the latest Bugzilla version available. I think it’s interesting to see what these installations are running today. The number in brackets is the version which was used in August 2008.

  • ClamAV: 3.4rc1 (2.22.3)
  • Mozilla: 3.2.4 (3.0.4+)
  • KDE: 3.2.3+ (3.0.5)
  • RedHat: 3.2.3+ (3.1.4+)
  • WebKit: 3.2.3 (2.20.1)
  • Apache: 3.2.3 (3.0.4)
  • Wine: 3.2.3 (3.0.4)
  • Mandriva: 3.2.3 (3.0.5)
  • OpenSSH: 3.2.3 (3.2rc1+)
  • 3.2.2 (2.22.2)
  • Novell: 3.2.2 (3.0)
  • WikiMedia: 3.0.8 (3.0)
  • FreeDesktop: 3.0.8 (3.0.3)
  • Songbird: 3.0.5 (3.0.4)
  • W3C: 3.0.4 (unchanged)
  • Facebook: 3.0.4 (unchanged)
  • Eclipse: 3.0.4 (unchanged)
  • ActiveState: 3.0.3 (unchanged)
  • Itos (NASA): 3.0.2 (unchanged)
  • Samba: 2.22.1 (2.20)
  • Maemo: 2.22.1 (unchanged)
  • Yahoo!: 2.22.x (unchanged?)
  • Gentoo: 2.22 (unchanged)
  • Gnome: 2.20.5 (unchanged)
  • GCC: 2.20+ (unchanged)
  • OpenOffice: 2.11 (unchanged)

We can see a few major upgrades (especially ClamAV, WebKit, and, but many of them didn’t upgrade at all in the last 11 months. All those installations are unfortunately vulnerable to different security bugs. Keep in mind that Bugzilla 2.20.x is no longer supported, and that the support for 2.22.x will stop at the end of the month, when Bugzilla 3.4 will be released.

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  1. mkanat
    16 juillet 2009 à 1:31  

    Wow, this is really cool information! It’s awesome to see how many old installations upgraded. I think the major version number bump from 2.x and all the PR that we got around that really started to encourage people to upgrade, particularly with how awesome our New Features lists have been from 3.0 onward. :-)


  2. Bhaskar
    27 juillet 2009 à 8:50  

    We are using Bugzilla 3.0.
    We are planning to customize the bugzilla project specfic. We are using for multiple projects. I want to add One custum filed like Actual fix version for project specfic.
    could any body guide me how to do the project specfic custamization.

  1. 16 juillet 2009 à 4:23  

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