Release Notes: The repeater controller logic has now been thoroughly tested and is considered stable. A new event handling subsystem written in TCL makes it easy to customize the behaviour of the software at different events. Also, it is now possible to connect two logic cores together to form a link between, for example, two repeaters.
Release Notes: The repeater controller logic has been tested for more than a month without any major problems. A couple of small audio issues still remain to be solved. External hardware squelch (COS: Carrier Operated Squelch) can now be used. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Most development effort has gone into the SvxLink server for this release. In Qtel, there are only small changes and bugfixes. The biggest news in the SvxLink server is the addition of EchoLink conferencing. That is, multiple EchoLink stations are now able to connect to the same node. Another new feature is the anti-flutter mode in the DTMF detector.
Release Notes: ALSA OSS emulation is now better supported. Only small changes were made to the Qtel application. The SvxLink server now supports repeater logic (alpha quality), CTCSS decoding, an improved DTMF detector, and improved sound clips.