What

Verssion tracks stable version of software projects (e.g.: databases, editors, JS frameworks), and makes that available as an RSS (atom) feed. The main use-case is for dev-ops and developers who use a lot of open source software projects, and who like to keep an eye on releases. Without making that a fulltime job, and without signing up for dozens of e-mail lists. Turns out wikipedia is a great source for version information, so that's what we use.

You can create feeds for your own use, or share them with colleagues.

Full source for issues and suggestions.

Feed

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Updates

Visual Studio Code 1.90.2 / 19 June 2024
Ansible 2.17.1 / 17 June 2024
Arch Linux 2024.05.01 / 49 days ago
Firefox Standard127.0.1 / June 19, 2024
Extended support release115.12.0esr / June 11, 2024
Clang 18.1.8 / 18 June 2024
LLVM 18.1.8 / 18 June 2024
Google Chrome Windows, macOS, Linux126.0.6478.114/115 / 18 June 2024
Windows Server 2012/2012 R2109.0.5414.165 / 13 September 2023
Android126.0.6478.110 / 18 June 2024
iOS126.0.6478.54 / 11 June 2024
Extended Support Release126.0.6478.56/57 / 11 June 2024
OPNsense 24.1.9 ("Savvy Shark") / June 18, 2024
MongoDB 6.0.7 / 28 June 2023, 11 months ago
Linux kernel 6.9.5 / 16 June 2024
Microsoft Windows 24H2 (10.0.26100.863) (June 15, 2024)
Rust 1.79.0 / June 13, 2024
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