Release Notes: This release is the first one based on OpenWRT trunk, updating most of the software and toolchain to the bleeding edge. Other additions include a subversion client, the powerful ASE drawing program, guitar tuning software, and the Allegro Game Library (and with it the Alex-4 jump'n'run game). Emacs is finally in a usable state, starting up within only a few seconds.
Release Notes: This version brings many fixes and improvements. A tuned Linux flash driver brings boot-time time down to 15s, the MPlayer video player now features hardware acceleration, allowing it to play back most full-screen (QVGA) Theora and WebM/VP8 video material, and SFTP is supported out-of-the-box, so most Linux distributions can now directly mount the NanoNote filesystem. Software installable from the repository includes a version of avrdude that turns the NanoNote into a programmer for AVR chips (for use with the "UBB" adapter-board available from Tuxbrain and other distributors).