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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 10 years since the creation of our project at SourceForge. Rosegarden itself has been around in one form or another 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.

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 10.02, with a primary focus on improving stability and performance, rather than new features.

Abraham Darby

(vignette goes here; the rose, Iron Bridge and what like)

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





Available Languages

The following translations are [expected to be at this rate] complete and up to date for this release:

Thanks To

(random people who did something helpful, such a small patch, providing borrowed code, quality pre-release testing, inspiration, etc.)

  • Alexander Kulikov

Active translators for this release:

People who contributed to Rosegarden development:

  • Thorsten Alteholz

People who contributed device files to the Rosegarden Library

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