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Subsurface 4.1 has been released

Tons of bug fixes, a very nice visual update, lots of improvements overall.
Windows and Mac binaries are on our server, sources are available via git or as tar ball on our server. Packages for the different Linux distributions will show up over the next few days / weeks / months (depending on the nature of your favorite distro... but realistically, just build it yourself...)
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Nice writeup on our beta over on #PlanetKDE
Ah, it's that time of the year again, that time when the summer is rising up, the temperatures are warming, you are getting your gear around and planning to go to the beach to do a swim and suddenl...
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Subsurface has for the first time been accepted into the +Google Summer of Code 
If you are interested in participating as a student (or if you are interested in general to find some cool ideas for projects to work on), please check our idea List wiki page
 
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4.0.3

While busily working on 4.1 we ran into a rather annoying bug in 4.0.2 that really needed to be addressed in the meantime. Under some circumstances Subsurface doesn’t correctly download files from a dive computer. The dialog will show a completed download, but nothing will be added to the dive list.
We have posted preliminary 4.0.3 binaries for Windows and Mac. We are still waiting to hear back from a couple more people to make sure this addresses the issue. If all goes well we’ll create a full 4.0.3 release and ask the Linux package maintainers to update their versions as well, soon.
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The Mac saga has finally been resolved.
An odd bug caused my builds to contain AVX instructions - so it had nothing to do with 10.9.x at all - it had to do with having an older Mac and the sample group just happened to all be on 10.9.
We now have a new DMG up on the website - one that works on all x86 64bit Macs. Yay.
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Because of a couple of annoying bugs in 4.0.1 we just released a small update to 4.0.2:

- fixed potential crash when importing dive data without dive computer model information
- improve parsing of equipment data; this now accepts localized units as well as input in units that are not the display units (so if you run Subsurface in metric, but went diving in a place where weights are in US Pounds (lbs), you can now enter the weight in lbs and Subsurface does the right thing)
- fix temperature conversion when downloading data from Uemis SDA
- improve autocompletion to always be case insensitive
- improve selection handling in the dive list
- include event data in libdivecomputer dump
- improve profiles generated for dives with no depth samples and no average depth
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And we all know what comes after Beta 1, right?
Oh well, you had to be there, it really makes sense... happy to announce Beta 3...
Go out and test, please
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We are making progress towards Subsurface 4.1 - a first beta is available. Check it out!
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Subsurface 4.0.3

We now have enough confirmations... 4.0.3 does indeed fix the annoying bug in 4.0.2, so a little while ago I completed the release.
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Subsurface has applied as mentoring organization for the #googlesummerofcode2014  !
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This is going to be fun. Hopefully we manage to recruit a couple of more contributors to this awesome project. 
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A new DMG is available for people who had the crash with Subsurface 4.0.2 on Mac OS 10.9 or 10.9.1. No new features, just a switch to Qt 5.2 which hopefully fixes the issue during early startup when running on some (but not all) 10.9.1 based machines.
You can download it at
http://subsurface.hohndel.org/downloads/Subsurface-4.0.2-for-10.9.dmg
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We are looking for help for one of our translation teams.
If you are fluent in Hebrew and and familiar with the typical terms used in diving and dive log software, please drop me a line here or ask to join the Hebrew translation team for Subsurface on Transifex.
The translation is already three quarters done, but the translators are stuck on terminology they are not familiar with...
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Subsurface is an open source dive log project, supporting Linux, Windows and OS X.

The main development platform is Linux - one of the reasons for the project was the lack of good dive log software running on top of Linux - but the intent is to be as cross-platform as reasonable.

The project is written in C, and uses the "libdivecomputer" library to interface to most popular dive computers out there. The GUI interface is built with gtk+.
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