Release Notes: The project is now considered stable. Some key Web pages were updated. The packages and software distribution system are now usable by anyone who is willing to learn the Unix command line.
Release Notes: In preparation for the upcoming Beta2 release, the ports tree for Darwin-PPC and Mac OS X users is bootstrapped so that it has over 2100 unique packages online (with over 2400 total).
Release Notes: OSX.1 users can now install the GNU-Darwin base distribution automatically with one command. Darwin-only users will have to take a few extra steps to fetch wget or curl. The beta sources are the first addition to the new BSD-style source tree. The project's goal is to eventually mirror Apple's Darwin source code in BSD src tree format. This release also features a new Fortran distribution for Darwin and OSX.1 users.
Release Notes: We have a special ports tarball for GNU/Linux users, which does not require root access. It is not fully automated yet, but you can untar it in your home directory and try it.
Release Notes: The X11 version of AbiWord is now available for Darwin and Mac OS X.
Release Notes: The PyMOL Molecular Graphics System has been ported to GNU-Darwin and Mac OSX.
Release Notes: Several packages for creating PDF files from the command line were added.
Release Notes: This is the first release of international packages for the Darwin platform.