Approximate release-date of JIRA 5.2.0

Hello jira-team,

can you tell me a approximate relase-date of JIRA 5.2.0????

Best regards

MarC

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I've just checked again this morning and JIRA v5.2 has been released today - see the release notes.

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No. Atlassian's approach is "when it's ready". They will not give you anything resembling a release date.

It's usually within a few months of the documentation being updated to point at the latest, and you'll get some hints from genaral comments made when it's down to weeks rather than months. But that's about it (and they're not 100% certain either).

So, "when it's ready".

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No. Atlassian's approach is "when it's ready". They will not give you anything resembling a release date.

It's usually within a few months of the documentation being updated to point at the latest, and you'll get some hints from genaral comments made when it's down to weeks rather than months. But that's about it (and they're not 100% certain either).

So, "when it's ready".

Another indication is (in this case) the ond-of support announcement for Tomcat 5.5 which will no longer be supported by JIRA 5.2. On this page it says, JIRA 5.2 is "due towards the end of 2012" whatever that may mean...

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/End+of+Support+Announcements+for+JIRA#EndofSupportAnnouncementsforJIRA-20120827appserver

look at jira.atlassian.com

at the footer show jira version is 5.2, it seem we will get 5.2 next week.

should'nt be too far away, there is allready a m11 build publicly available...

yea, EAP bugs are being turned down for fixing in 5.2 as they didn't make it, real soon now...

I have just come across this which appears to be pretty acurate. No date for v5.2 yet but if you keep checking then one may appear. :)

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