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June 30, 2008
Firebird Project releases a patch release for KInterbasDB 3.2 that fixes some issues with transaction parameters and services when working with Firebird 2.1.
June 25, 2008
The Jaybird team releases Jaybird 2.1.5 bugfix release fixing a regression introduced in v.2.1.4 concerning Events on Linux.
June 20, 2008
Classic and Superserver kits for release candidate 1 field testing on MacOSX PowerPC platform are available.
June 17, 2008
The Firebird Team is pleased to make a release candidate available for field testing the first V.2.1.x patch release on Windows, Linux and MacOSX Intel platforms. Please test it hard and report any problems to the Firebird-devel list.
June 16, 2008
The Jaybird team is pleased to announce the Jaybird 2.1.4 bugfix release.
June 09, 2008
Coordinator of the Firebird driver development for the new .NET Entity Framework, Jiri Cincura, blogs that the development of the new drivers can now start moving again...
June 07, 2008
SourceForge has announced the categories for its Community Choice Awards, the winners of which will be announced next month at OSCON. Last year Firebird got several nominations and won in two categories (Best Project for Enterprise and Best User Support). Can we do it again? Well, you have to be IN to WIN — so get hold of your SF id and password and head for the Nominations page.
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