wahgnube writes: "Mathematical modelling geeks rejoice! After 10 years of hard work, the FEniCS Project team is pleased to announce the release of FEniCS 1.0. FEniCS is an integrated problem solving environment for solving differential equations which often arise in mathematical modelling. Its goal is to allow researchers to easily pose their problems in a straightforward manner, so that they may focus on higher-level modelling questions and not be hindered by specific implementation issues. FEniCS is available for a multitude of platforms, with prebuilt binaries for Debian/Ubuntu, Mac OS X and Windows and is supported by extensive documentation. Download it today and check it out!"
pundit writes: "With the recent release of Fedora 7, Fedora project leader Max Spevack uses some of his new-found breathing room to talk to LWN about the recent release, upcoming changes in the project's development infrastructure, and the new features in Fedora 8."
pundit writes: "GNU Emacs 22.1 has been released, and is available for download on the GNU FTP site and its mirrors. This new release features support for the GTK+ toolkit, enhanced mouse support, a new keyboard macro system, improved Unicode support, and drag-and-drop operation on X, plus many new modes and packages including a graphical user interface to GDB, Python mode, the mathematical tool Calc, the remote file editing system Tramp, and more!"