The Banshee team have announced the release of version 2.1.0, which, amongst 51 bug fixes, 'brings a significant change in dependency policy.' Banshee 2.1.0 comes just 10 days since the last release of Banshee, version 2.0.1, which was made on May 2nd.
The new Banshee development cycle has official begun and within comes a number of big changes. Let's look at what is already in the tree now and which will be in the first development release 2.1.0...
With the fantastic 2.0 release behind it, the Banshee project announces changes for the future. Banshee Core developer Gabriel Burt announced the much anticipated dependency decision for the upcoming Banshee 2.1. For every release so far the policy for Banshee has been to support distributions going back roughly 1˝ years: this is all about to change.
OMG! reader Nico, who earlier this week showed us how to add an unread message count to Pidgin on the Unity Launcher, mailed in a pre-made Banshee Quicklist for Ubuntu 11.04. Once installed a wide selection of handy actions are no-more than a right-click away...
Banshee 2.0 is out and default in Natty which is all good and well but.. Banshee has not been resting. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, these new features are presented to you as screenshots.
ď»żThere are bugs in Banshee, as I write this, 815 known or suspected bugs to be specific. Likely there are many more... and you, the user, is thus at risk of hitting one. Here is what to remember when experiencing a Banshee problem.
Banshee 2.0 has just been released, bringing with it numerous new features such as user interface improvements, album/artist track actions, sound menu and Ubuntu One Music store extensions and more. Those that have been keeping up with the development of Banshee unstable probably won't notice many new features, but if you're upgrading from the last stable version (1.8) it's sure to be a vast improvement.
In an update to previously announced proceedings Banshee's Gabriel Burt has shared news that the media player will come with two music stores enable by default in Ubuntu 11.04.
The first alpha of Banshee 1.9.4 for Windows has been officially released for testing.
The much anticipated alpha release of Banshee for Windows is coming next week. The Windows port is attracting a lot of new contributors, bringing our new Windows effort up to 5 people actively working on […]
With Banshee selected as Ubuntu 11.04’s default music player one question has been circling our minds: will there be two music stores enabled by default, or just one? And if one – which one?
It's now the morning of day 2 and people are slowly starting to arrive at the Hackerspace.be room we call home during the GNOME+Mono hackfest. On day one we were so busy that the first task of day in fact is posting the update.