Sam Spilsbury has just announced the release of Compiz 0.9.2 as the successor to Compiz 0.9.0
, which was released in July of this year. We knew that Compiz 0.9.2 was on the way
and that it would offer many improvements
from new animations to plug-ins that would make you feel as though you are drunk or tripping by simulating hallucinogenic effects. Yes, really, but at least there's also useful changes like plug-ins for loading GLSL shaders for windows and GLSL shaders to be applied to an entire screen through an OpenGL Frame Buffer-Object.
The Compiz 0.9.2 release announcement can be found on the project's mailing list
. "This is the second unstable release of the Compiz 0.9 series. This release represents an evolution of the 0.9 development series and brings a few minor new features and plenty of stability, speed and bug-fixes. It should be ready for general usage."
Other changes in Compiz 0.9.2 include memory leak fixes, code optimizations, allow resizing from the center of a window, and support for KDE 4.5's blur hint, among other work.