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 ====== RELEASE NOTE SCRATCH PAD, NOT VALID UNTIL APRIL 23 2010! ====== ====== RELEASE NOTE SCRATCH PAD, NOT VALID UNTIL APRIL 23 2010! ======
-(10 years after project creation at SF.  We'll release with whatever we get done in two months, and make a lot of hoopty about 10 years for this codebase. ​ Try to keep'​em chucking out at two-month intervals, or the next nearest date that's special in some goofy way, and let's keep the heat up good and hot, and the pace grueling. ​ No more sitting around waiting on a good time to think about doing something. ​ The time to do something is **now**. ​ Release early, release often. ​ It's not that hard to do, and if some of them really suck, people will figure out which ones to avoid, like Linux kernels.) 
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-(Oh, and we need to get picking the next codename! ​ I would call it "John Harrison"​ after the inventor of the first viable marine chronometer,​ in the same spirit as Abraham Darby, but nobody ever named a rose after him, let alone a yellow one.  Alas.) 
  
 ====== ROSEGARDEN 10.04, codename "​Abraham Darby" (to be!) RELEASED ====== ====== ROSEGARDEN 10.04, codename "​Abraham Darby" (to be!) RELEASED ======
  
-The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 10.04 of Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor for Linux.  ​This release marks ten years to the day since this current incarnation of Rosegarden was born.+The Rosegarden team is proud to announce the release of version 10.04 of Rosegarden, an audio and MIDI sequencer and musical notation editor for Linux.  ​
  
 http://​www.rosegardenmusic.com/​ http://​www.rosegardenmusic.com/​
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 +This release marks 10 years since the creation of our project at [[http://​sourceforge.net/​projects/​rosegarden/​|SourceForge]]. ​ Rosegarden itself has been around in one form or another [[http://​rosegardenmusic.com/​resources/​authors/​|since 1993]], but the current codebase has survived longer than any previous incarnation of the project. ​ Rosegarden has overcome many obstacles in the last 10 years, including the incredibly brutal transition to Qt 4.
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 +With this release, the Glasgow Pitch Tracker finally merges into mainline Rosegarden. ​ Beyond that, 10.04 is primarily a bug fix release that goes some way toward refining the landmark [[dev:​10.02|10.02]],​ with a primary focus on improving stability and performance,​ rather than new features.
  
 ===== Abraham Darby ===== ===== Abraham Darby =====
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 ===== Usability Enhancements ===== ===== Usability Enhancements =====
-  *+  ​* Reduced CPU usage 
 +  * Better handling of CXXFLAGS for package maintainers 
 +  * LIRC support is working once again 
 +  *  
 +===== Bug Fixes ===== 
 +  * Fix crash when laying out multiple staffs with different start and end times 
 +  ​
  
 ===== New Features ===== ===== New Features =====
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 ===== Thanks To ===== ===== Thanks To =====
 (random people who did something helpful, such a small patch, providing borrowed code, quality pre-release testing, inspiration,​ etc.) (random people who did something helpful, such a small patch, providing borrowed code, quality pre-release testing, inspiration,​ etc.)
-  * +  * Alexander Kulikov
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-==== Bug Fixes ==== +
-  * LIRC support should work again+
  
 ===Active translators for this release:=== ===Active translators for this release:===
   *    * 
  
-===Other people ​who contributed to Rosegarden development:​===+===People ​who contributed to Rosegarden development:​===
   * Thorsten Alteholz   * Thorsten Alteholz
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 ===People who contributed device files to the Rosegarden Library=== ===People who contributed device files to the Rosegarden Library===
   *    * 
 
 
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