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Hello world,

since way too much time we didn't release a new version of schleuder. Originally this release was planned for fall of 2011. But then came life. And bugs, and things. Then, with the freeze for the next version of Debian GNU/Linux approaching we finally managed to get a new version out of the door — and thankfully were immediately flooded by fixes from the maintainer of the debian package, Jérémy Bobbio. So we decided not to make a fuss about the release and instead collected many of his precious fixes and enhancements, added some more of our own, and now are announcing a more valuable version of schleuder2: 2.2.2.

Instead of a dedication here's a big Thank You to Jérémy! You rock!

There have been a lot of changes, too many to list here. If you didn't follow the development please take your time to read the changelog. The ?documentation is up to date, too.

For distribution we finally managed to build a signed rubygem. Installing is now as easy as executing gem install schleuder on any given host running ruby. How to verify the signature is described on the download-page.

git-users can simply git-pull the changes from the master-branch, or checkout (and verify) the tag "schleuder-2.2.2".

If you have any questions or feedback please do not hesitate to contact us.

Happy hacking, the schleuder dev team (aka ng & paz)