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There's a file http://latest.civicrm.org/versions.json which isn't up to date - it's missing a few betas, but most notably, it's missing CiviCRM 4.4.14. This is the source data for CiviMonitor, which uses it to check if a version is up-to-date.

Is this file generated by hand, or with code? If by hand, is there a git repo I can submit a PR against?

  • BTW I have updated the file. – Coleman Apr 3 '15 at 16:44
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You are correct that latest.civicrm.org/versions.json is the canonical source for CiviCRM version information.

The file is quite new and the release-publishing script has not yet been updated to write to it (an issue has been filed for this), so at the moment it must be updated by hand.

I agree that the file should be under version control.

If anyone is available and interested in helping with either task, get in touch on #civicrm IRC channel, or by email to coleman at civicrm)

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