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

Make a feed which combines multiple projects in a single feed:

Create new feed

Updates

Joomla 4.2.5 / 8 November 2022
Google Chrome Windows, macOS, Linux108.0.5359.95 / 2 December 2022
Android108.0.5359.79 / 2 December 2022
iOS108.0.5359.52 / 29 November 2022
Extended Support Release106.0.5249.199 / 24 November 2022
Terraform 1.3.6 / 30 November 2022
NixOS 22.11.1 / December 1, 2022
ScummVM 2.6.1 / 31 October 2022
Zeek 5.1.1 / 22 November 2022
Linux kernel 6.0.10 / 26 November 2022
MediaWiki 1.39.0 / 30 November 2022
Node.js 19.2.0 / November 29, 2022
CMake 3.25.1 / 30 November 2022
IOS 16.1.2 (20B110) (November 30, 2022)
GitLab 15.6.1 / 30 November 2022
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