Release Notes: This release is stronger by an undetermined amount.
Release Notes: 3.4 is slightly slower than 3.2, but stronger.
Release Notes: This version includes speed and performance improvements, and plays around the 13k level on NNGS.
Release Notes: Major reading improvements and speed enhancements were made. This version is four stones stronger than the previous stable version (2.6), and it plays at a level of 14k on NNGS.
Release Notes: GNU Go 2.6 is stronger than 2.4. Tests show the difference in strength is slightly less than 2 stones. Portability has also been improved. GNU Go has been revised to build cleanly on many platforms, including Win32.
Release Notes: GNU Go 2.4 is substantially stronger than GNU Go 2.0. Tests show that recent beta versions can give GNU Go 2.0 a 5 stone handicap with better than even results. There have been numerous other improvements as well. Notably, undo is now fully supported, for those of you who like to take back moves.
Release Notes: First announcement.