Release Notes: This version fixes startup problems; Sun-specific functionality for translucency was removed, since it would not work with the GPL'ed Java variants.
Release Notes: This version contains enhanced request dialogues, bugfixes in image downloading, and a modified internal structure. The documentation of the included sources has been extended, and the automated Fedora update script was updated to work with Fedora 11.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in automatic cover image retrieval.
Release Notes: The user interface design has been modified to have a more stable image with interlaced displays. The source of the poddy daemon, which allows remote programing of recording schedules, is included and licensed under the GPL.
Release Notes: Poddy Home now supports connected USB-storage devices like USB sticks. Music can be chosen to be encoded and copied to the USB stick so that (parts of) the managed music collection can be transferred easily to a different replaying device.
Release Notes: Some bugs in VCR functionality have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version offers several new features like personal video recorder functionality where the VCR can be programmed locally or remotely via a Web interface. The MySQL-bindings have been removed, so resource consumption is much smaller now. The setup application has been improved to be more intuitive.
Release Notes: This version offers some additional editing and managing functions for videos and stored movie DVDs. There is now a graphical setup included so that there is no need to edit the configuration file manually.
Release Notes: This is the first non-beta release. Several bugs in the management and usage of CDs were fixed. Tracks in an album are now played without gaps. The storage structure of DVD movies was modified to give an easier overview when many DVDs are stored.
Release Notes: Functionality for managing stored CDs has been extended and several bugs have been fixed. The usage and key mapping were modified to be compatible with a well-known music player. Displays are now supported via lcdproc. State and replaying information are shown.