Hey there! A new bugfix release in the 0.15.x series is out, thanks to all who were involved in getting all those bugs in 0.15.1 fixed. If you want to help with making the next big feature release (0.16.0) more stable and awesome, please grab the development version from the Git repository, test it and report any bugs you find. If you want to have a stable gPodder version that works, but do not care about the latest and greatest features, you can now download the 0.15.2 release, which includes only bugfixes and translation updates. http://gpodder.org/news http://gpodder.org/downloads http://bugs.gpodder.org/ http://wiki.gpoder.org/ Happy Easter! Thanks, Thomas ========================== We promised a new release every month, and this month we start out with a fresh bugfix release from the 0.15.x series. 0.15.2 brings lots of bugfixes that have been discovered during the last four weeks and some translation updates for the best (and probably most stable) podcast experience available at the moment :) Thanks to all who were involved in this release: * Anders Kvist (1) * Bastian Kleineidam (1) * Fabio Fiorentini (1) * Gon?alo Cordeiro (1) * Jim Nyg?rd (1) * Marco Antonio Villegas Vega (2) * Paul Rudkin (1) * Silvio Sisto (1) * Steven Oxley (1) * Thomas Perl (15) * Torbj?rn Wassberg (1) The release contains a ChangeLog that contains detailed info on the changes since the last release. As always, you can also extract that information from the Git repository. In the meantime, we have been hard at work implementing new features and cleaning up the code for the 0.16.x release series. You can check out the (unstable) code from our Git repository and report any bugs that you encounter, so that we can present you a fine new release in a few weeks. Grab the new release from the download section or wait until the new package becomes available in your distro. As always, we provide .deb packages for Debian and Ubuntu users.