Category Archives: Release

Announcing Gitorious 3.2

We’re happy to announce the release of Gitorious 3.2, which brings new features, performance improvements, bug fixes and last, but not least – support for Ubuntu 14.04. New Features and Notable Changes One of the biggest improvements in Gitorious 3.2 is the ability to push (write) over the HTTP(S) protocol where previous versions used HTTP(S) as a read-only protocol. […]

Announcing Gitorious 3.0

Today we are proud and happy to announce the official release of Gitorious 3.0. This is a major upgrade which ships with a refreshed UI, a lot of improvements, and new features. It has been a huge effort by both the original Gitorious developers, who started the work on version 3.0 a year ago, as […]

Gitorious 3.0 Beta 1

It’s been quite a journey, but we pulled through, and we are excited to finally present you with the first beta of Gitorious 3.0! Take it for a spin We set up a trial instance on You should especially check out the new repository pages. This instance is free for all, so please register […]

2.4.9 fixes regression in 2.4.8

I inadvertently broke creating new projects with yesterday’s 2.4.8 release. I have deployed a fix on, and just tagged 2.4.9. 2.4.9 also addresses a bug in Gitorious’ log graph visualization. We made some sweeping changes yesterday, by changing attr_protected (which was the recent target of a Rails vulnerability) to attr_accessible – basically changing from […]

Gitorious 2.4.6 has been released

Gitorious 2.4.6 has just been released, and all Gitorious servers should be updated immediately. This release brings Gitorious up to Rails version 2.3.16, which solves a severe vulnerability in Ruby on Rails. There’s more information about this vulnerability on the Ruby on Rails security mailing list. This release also fixes the less severe CVE-0155 from […]

Private repositories generally available

With this post I am happy to announce the general availability of Gitorious with private repositories. This feature is one of our most requested ever, and we’re happy to launch it in response to community funding. You guys kick ass! I’ve written about private repositories before. We have been running the new code base live […]