GRAMPS 2.0.9 has been made available. GRAMPS is a GNOME genealogy program for Linux and FreeBSD that allows you to easily build and keep track of your family tree.
You can download it here – sourceforge.net.
Highlights of the 2.0.9 Release
* Interface improvements
* Changes in reports, including report rendering improvements in various formats.
* Web generation improvements
* Fully formalized XML Support
* Better unicode support and better media support.
Version 2.0.9 — the “Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition!” release
* Incremental interface improvements.
* Automated testing added, based on the CLI functionality.
* Smaller number of supported reports.
* Report rendering improvements in OOo, PDF, gnome-print, PS, HTML, abw, and kwd formats.
* New filter rules: Ancestor of bookmarked/default person less than N generations away (Wayne Bergeron).
* Numerous web generator improvements.
* GEDCOM import supports forward-referencing named notes.
* User manual updates.
* New Checkpoint tool plugin.
* Support for running tools from command line.
* Persistent options for tools, as applicable.
* Export patronymic names into GEDCOM.
* Updates for Swedish translation and date localization (Stefan Bjork).
* Fully formalized XML format (DTD and RelaxNG schema).
* New plugin documenting command line reference.
* Memory leak in libbglade worked around.
* Limitation of 31 generations in reports removed.
* Improved responsiveness when working with large databases.
* Select from recent files on startup.
* Better support for unicode filenames
* Better support for media objects in GEDCOM output
* Numerous bug fixes.