from freshmeat: " This verion is a minor update to handle the new file share messages (type 870) sent by the official Napster v2 beta6 client for Windows." see jnerve.sourceforge.net for more.
as seen at freshmeat: "A fix for fatal division by 0 error, automatic nickname completion, automated channel joins, and many internal code cleanups included." See the gnapster site for more.
from freshmeat: "Many configuration options were added which allow one to limit the resources used by each client." see opennap.sourceforge.net for more.
Stuart writes: "M[n]M is software that
supports processing of national standard MARC MeSH subject authority records for use in medical library online public access catalogs. While designed for use with Innopac M[n]M can also be used to manage MARC MeSH in other OPACs. M[n]M is freely available under the GNU Public License. To download M[n]M or to read more, go to library.med.nyu.edu/mm".
There's also a very informative paper describing M[n]M available here.
revised stylesheets for jake are available here. these account for provider names in database listings of search results, separate out links better, and are renamed/reorganized for better modularity.
new features include addition of non-xref'd links in search results (now you can see _everything_ jake knows about), links for per-database title lists, better layout of search results including links and providre names, and a number of bugfixes. try it out at jake.med.yale.edu...
seen on many lists recently is XMLMARC, a "Java client/server program [which] converts MARC to XML based on flexible maps and simplified, yet detailed DTDs for bibliographic and authorities formats." Its license is free for non-commercial use but requires consent for redistribution, and their broader experiment is described here. They seem to be aware of MARC.pm... it would be great to see a side-by-side feature comparison of the two.
as seen at freshmeat: "Over 14,000 (65%) of serials cross-referenced now have Library of Congress subject headings, classifications, or Dewey classifications, and jake may be searched according to these, initial support for a complete data localization framework so libraries may experiment with customizing front-ends and results according to local holdings, and several bugfixes and UI tweaks, including easy-to-download database content lists." more at the jake site...
gnujake is the GNU Jointly Administered Knowledge Environment. It seeks to support the management of and linking between online resources and descriptions thereof.