Release Notes: This is the last "big change" beta leading up to 1.0. This release reduces memory use in large newsgroups by 60% over 0.114, and also has minor user interface improvements.
Release Notes: This release supports slrn and XNews-style scorefiles. Seven betas were released to smooth out the scorefile integration and to shake out any scorefile bugs. This shook out quite a few bugs from the 0.13 series as well.
Release Notes: This version of Pan adds a smaller memory footprint, improved i18n, the ability to restore tasks that were queued when your last Pan session ended, support for random signatures a la `fortune', a new toolbar, optional spellchecking, and many bugfixes. There have also been five beta releases leading up to 0.13.0 to shake out any new bugs.
Release Notes: I18n and MIME handling were improved. New online/offline features were added. Attachment decoding is now very fast. Lots of bugfixes and usability improvements were made. The number of library dependencies was reduced.
Release Notes: This release adds per-group posting identities, external editor support for writing articles, sorting of articles by read/unread/new/old state, one-key toggling between variable and monospace fonts, abbreviated group names ("comp.os.linux.announce" to "c.o.l.announce"), improved menus & keyboard navigation, and other UI improvements. Bugfixes include posting problems with charset and the pan.sendlater folder, space reading, bugs that crashed Pan when downloading and reading articles, and other medium & minor fixes.
Release Notes: New features in this release include a complete rewrite of the rules tool, user-defined filters, space reading, Sylpheed's "smooth scrolling", new color/icon/font cues for navigating groups and articles, more article navigation shortcuts, a user-configurable browser for opening Web links, and lots of bug fixes.
Release Notes: This version should be faster and more reliable than previous versions, and also adds inline display of HTML and images, a customizable pane layout, a 100% score on the Good Newskeeping Seal of Approval, grokking of moderated newsgroups, mbox-style folders, better MIME parsing, and a better status display This is the first version of Pan since its cancellation three months ago by Napster at the RIAA's request. Pan's authors have left Napster for greener pastures and are able to resume work on Pan thanks to its GPL license.