SpeedCrunch version 0.9 has just been released. The improvements are not really user visible, but check the ChangeLog and fixed bugs, nevertheless. Also, this release is available in 17 languages (and contributions are welcomed).
Source tarball and Windows installer are ready for consumption. Go to http://code.google.com/p/speedcrunch/ and get it while it’s hot. Binary packages for major Linux distributions usually follow soon.
And now that the first ever release of KDE 4 is on the horizon, it’s time to think to start enabling KDE integration in SpeedCrunch.
Note: Nona is
nine ninth in Portuguese.