Release in time for the new year is Beryl 0.1.4. Beryl 0.1.4 begins Beryl's freeze for version 0.2.0. At the time of posting, the release notes have not yet been completed, but the announcement is available from the news page. Among the changes in this fifth developer release is new art and a handful of new plug-ins.
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