Getting an email notification when a new Drush version is available


If you go to the Drush project page on then you can follow the "Releases" RSS feed found at the bottom of the page.


You can also use the service if you want the e-mails. Just set up a rule on the site so that when the RSS feed gets updated, it sends you an e-mail.

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