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.

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GNU nano 5.8 / 15 June 2021
Snort Snort 2.x (Legacy)2.9.18.0 / June 15, 2021
Snort 3.x3.1.5.0 / May 21, 2021
CMake 3.20.4 / 14 June 2021
Spring Framework 5.3.8 / 9 June 2021
Mutt (email client) 2.1.0 (June 12, 2021)
WordPress 5.7.2 / 12 May 2021
TrueNAS 12.0-U4 / 1 June 2021
Ansible 2.11.1 / 24 May 2021
Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10.1 (16.10.31402.337) (June 8, 2021)
Microsoft Windows 10.0.19043.1055 (June 11, 2021)
GNU Privacy Guard stable2.3.1 / April 20, 2021
LTS2.2.28 / June 10, 2021
classic1.4.23 / June 11, 2018
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