IMPORTANT: THIS HAS NOT HAPPENED YET
This page is only a working area for making notes about what is being done for the 10.02 release, so that we don't forget anything when the code is finally ready to be released – which will not be for some time yet.
The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 10.02 of Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor for Linux.
With this release, we finally bring an end to the long and difficult job of transforming Rosegarden from an obsolete KDE 3 application into a modern Qt 4 application. We had aimed to defer the largest rewriting jobs until after an initial release of the new code, but so many things broke along the way that we were forced to dive into many refactoring projects ahead of schedule. The result is a leaner, cleaner Rosegarden with less cruft, and some exciting new features.
The following translations are [expected to be at this rate] complete and up to date for this release:
We'd like to give special thanks to the following members and contributors, some old, some new, for their outstanding work on the long and difficult port. These brave few are the authors of a new chapter in our history.
The KDE translation team took on an enormous number of difficult translations for us, and we are in their debt!