Staying in touch with the Pentaho Reporting project

Whether you are a Pentaho Customer or a Pentaho Community Member, it is always nice to stay up to date with our progress. This especially matters if your favourite new feature or least-favourite bug get crunched right now.

So here’s how to do it:

(1) If you’re just interested in a single issue: Subscribe to the issue. There is no case yet? Create one, JIRA is open.

(2) If you want all issues reported in JIRA subscribe to a RSS feed.
Pentaho Reporting Issues RSS Feed

(3) Alternatively, subscribe to the Pentaho Reporting Developers List, and you get all JIRA updates into your Inbox.

(4) You want to know it all, every single commit? Subscribe to the Pentaho Reporting Commits Mailing List.

Personally, I use both the RSS feed and the mailing lists. The commits-list is most useful to see the source-code level changes coming in for reviewing those changes.

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Thomas

About Thomas

After working as all-hands guy and lead developer on Pentaho Reporting for over an decade, I have learned a thing or two about report generation, layouting and general BI practices. I have witnessed the remarkable growth of Pentaho Reporting from a small niche product to a enterprise class Business Intelligence product. This blog documents my own perspective on Pentaho Reporting's development process and our our steps towards upcoming releases.

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