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.

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Updates

0 A.D. (video game) 0.0.23 (Alpha 23 “Ken Wood”) / 23 December 2018
MariaDB 10.3.13 (February 21, 2019)
WordPress 5.1 / 2019-02-21
Signal Android v4.34.6 (February 20, 2019)
iOS 2.36.0.7 (February 15, 2019)
Desktop v1.22.0 (February 20, 2019)
Debian 9.8 (Stretch) (February 16, 2019)
Linux kernel 4.20.11 (20 February 2019)
KDE Plasma 5 5.15.1 (19 February 2019)
Npm 6.8.0 / 14 February 2019
React (JavaScript library) 16.8.2 / February 14, 2019
MongoDB 4.0.6 / 5 February 2019
Docker 18.09.2 / February 11, 2019
Angular (web framework) 7.2.4 / 6 February 2019
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