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January 28, 2010
The Windows server VM has been added to the farm and the first 32-bit and 64-bit snapshot kits of Firebird versions 2.1, 2.5 and 3.0 have been automatically copied over to the snapshots area on the web server. V.2.0 snapshots won't be produced on this server because of MSVC runtime incompatibility. We'll let you know when an alternative is found.
January 26, 2010
The problem with creating new accounts in the Tracker is fixed. However, the "captcha" images provided by JIRA are not always good and it doesn't provide the ability to request a better one. If you can't read the image, you have to start over, sorry.

Memory exhaustion problems with the JVM that have been causing JIRA to crash in the past days seem to have been righted, at least for now. Thanks again, Pavel.
January 24, 2010
Broadview Software has created two new VMs for the project's developers and testers to use as build farms for POSIX and Windows, respectively. This enables us to automate the daily snapshot builds and transfer them each day at approximately midnight GMT to the pre-release area for field testing.

At the moment, most of the Linux builds are available from the Snapshots page. Sergey will continue making his regular Linux builds available as a backup source. More news about other platforms and possibly other snapshot kits as the build farm develops.
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