gentoo is a file manager that uses the two-pane concept and is somewhat inspired by DOpus. It strives to be very configurable and lets you do all of the configuration from a GUI within the program itself. Filesystem access is done through the GIO virtual file system layer whenever possible. Using advanced file typing and styling systems, gentoo determines how to display files in its listings, and also how to act on them. The package includes a set of over 120 unique handcrafted icons for many different types of files.
Verse is a network protocol and client/server application architecture for multiuser realtime distributed 3D graphics applications. It uses a lightweight server to store world data, and then relies on clients to connect and use the data in various ways. Verse uses subdivision surfaces as its single geometric primitive, which both conserves bandwidth and allows very good scalability and visual quality on modern 3D hardware.
Gitbrowser is a plugin for the Geany IDE for browsing Git repositories. It creates a tree view of an existing Git repository that you have on your local disk. It allows you to see all the files collected in a tree, and to quickly open any file using a special, optimized, "Quick Open" dialog with type-to-filter.
I will stop announcing releases through comments here, it feels kind of redundant and a bit too easy to forget when doing a release.
Thanks to whoever updated gentoo's entry on Wikipedia with information about the 0.19.x series.
Announce: gentoo 0.19.2
Last night, I released gentoo 0.19.2. It's a very minor bugfix release, hoping to aid folks who had trouble compiling 0.19.1 against the cutting edge of GTK+. Also snuck in a small new feature (the DpMaximize command). Enjoy.