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Last Updated May 22, 2014 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

New Point Release 14.1.3

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defenestrationThis day in 1618 marked the Defenestration of Prague, whereby William Slavata and Jaroslav Martinic were literally thrown out the window after being convicted of violating the Letter of Majesty, thus beginning a Bohemian revolt and the Thirty Years' war. While valuable, the fixes and additions for Activity Stream and Release Planning that come with today's point release are in no way intended to incite war. Defenestration, on the other hand, is highly encouraged for our departing colleague, Mr. Steve Paro, who has graced us with witty and timely release announcements for many a fortnight. We wish Mr. Paro continued success in life with a trajectory of the most artfully crafted boomerang. See the 14.1.3.49 Release Notes for more information.

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