Rails 2.0 is finally finished after about a year in the making. This is a fantastic release that’s absolutely stuffed with great new features, loads of fixes, and an incredible amount of polish. We’ve even taken a fair bit of cruft out to make the whole package more coherent and lean.
Open Kernel Labs, a global provider of embedded systems software and virtualization technology, and part of the ARM Connected Community, announces that its flagship microkernel OKL4 now supports the ARMv6 architecture. ARM technology is at the heart of the worlds leading-edge mobile communications devices.
Splashtop, the instant-on OS/Web experience has just released their source code. Along with the announcment of a full developers area with a complete SDK launching soon.
The groundbreaking free and open-source internet TV application Miro launched version 1.0 today. The public release of Miro marks a major milestone for the application which has been growing rapidly during its beta period receiving more than 200,000 downloads per month.
OrangeHRM, a leading provider of open-source HR Management solution for small and medium sized enterprises worldwide, has announced the launch of version 2.2.2 of their human resource information system (HRIS). Enhancements of the Time and Attendance and Leave modules, according to the feedback, received from user community side, were the main focus of the release.
phpMyAdmin, the popular web based MySQL management software has just released version 220.127.116.11
Open-Xchange Inc. today released a comprehensive feature update for Open-Xchange Express Edition. Customers can download improvements to usability and performance of the leading open source collaboration software.
MPlayer now supports Real RTSP authentication and the libnemesi streaming library as an alternative to live555. Also, many QuickTime over RTSP streams can now be played. There have been various improvements to TV streaming, Intel Mac support should be complete.