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Git 1.8.4 has been released to end out the week by shipping many new features, fixes, and improvements for this open-source version control system.
Calibre, the document viewer and organizer (also called an e-library), has received another major update today, just one week away after the 2.4 version was published on September 25. This version brings three new features and includes many bug fixes for the popular document viewer.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, the latest version of Red Hat's flagship Linux-based operating system, began shipping last month, boasting a bevy of core improvements around scalability, resource management and virtualization.
The development team behind the GUPnP project, an object-oriented and elegant open source framework for creating UPnP devices and control points, released version 0.20.5 with several improvements and fixes.
Dconf, a low-level configuration system whose main purpose is to provide a backend to GSettings on platforms that do not already have configuration storage systems, has reached version 0.19.3 with assorted bugfixes and new features.
The GNOME development team released yet another testing version of the upcoming GNOME Maps 3.12 application for the GNOME 3.12 desktop environment, brings some new features, improvements, bugfixes and updated translations.
Its been three years since the last version of AssaultCube was released, but the wait was well-worth, since 1.2 brings several major new features and a ton of improvements. First, I must say AssaultCube is one of my favorite shooters because of its simplicity yet pretty addictive gameplay and a nice community.