Waiting ten days for rng to slip into testing, I had enough time to stuff the next version with new features and small bugfixes. The most interesting ones are:
- Added SOAP support and enabled it by default. Feel free to mess around with the look and feel of our BTS, rng doesn’t depend on it anymore.
- Support for WNPP bugs. Well, you could use rng to file WNPP bugs before, but now rng actively supports you with a nice template for ITP and RFP reports.
- Mayor user interface overhaul.
- Use freedesktop.org’s xdg-utils to decide which browser to use to open URLs. This should allow rng to open the browser you set as default in your desktop environment.
In totally unrelated news, I finally managed to master Rubenstein’s Revenge.