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|Revision v2.11||20 December 2000||Revised by: MPB|
|Converted the README, FAQ, and DATABASE information into SGML docbook format.|
|Revision 2.11.1||06 March 2001||Revised by: MPB|
|Took way too long to revise this for 2.12 release. Updated FAQ to use qandaset tags instead of literallayout, cleaned up administration section, added User Guide section, miscellaneous FAQ updates and third-party integration information. From this point on all new tags are lowercase in preparation for the 2.13 release of the Guide in XML format instead of SGML.|
|Revision 2.12.0||24 April 2001||Revised by: MPB|
|Things fixed this release: Elaborated on queryhelp interface, added FAQ regarding moving bugs from one keyword to another, clarified possible problems with the Landfill tutorial, fixed a boatload of typos and unclear sentence structures. Incorporated the README into the UNIX installation section, and changed the README to indicate the deprecated status. Things I know need work: Used "simplelist" a lot, where I should have used "procedure" to tag things. Need to lowercase all tags to be XML compliant.|
|Revision 2.14.0||07 August 2001||Revised by: MPB|
|Attempted to integrate relevant portions of the UNIX and Windows installation instructions, moved some data from FAQ to Install, removed references to README from text, added Mac OS X install instructions, fixed a bunch of tpyos (Mark Harig), linked text that referenced other parts of the Guide, and nuked the old MySQL permissions section.|
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Bugzilla is an enterprise-class set of software utilities that, when used together, power issue-tracking for hundreds of organizations around the world, tracking millions of bugs. While it is easy to use and quite flexible, it is very difficult for a novice to install and maintain. Although we have provided step-by-step directions, Bugzilla is not always easy to get working. Please be sure the person responsible for installing and maintaining this software is a qualified professional on operating system upon which you install Bugzilla.
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