Testopia 1.3 (Bugzilla 3.0) and Testopia 1.2.2 (Bugzilla 2.22.x) Released

Testopia 1.3 has been released.=20
This Testopia is compatible with Bugzilla 3.0 and mod_perl and provides
Postgres support.

For those of you still running Bugzilla 2.22.x, I am also releasing
1.2.2 which is a (major) bug fix release.

They are available from the project home page at
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/testopia

Thanks for all the feedback. Keep it coming.

Greg Hendricks

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