Release Notes: A galactic view over the tactical screen at the bottom left, different pictures for agricultural planets, and fewer phantom torpedos left on screen.
Release Notes: This release added support for 800x600 pixel displays, such as small laptops and tablets. Cloaking animation sequence, explosion imagery rate, planet highlight timing, and info window timeout were fixed. All sped up as a result of servers moving to a higher update rate. The number of players on a server is now shown using a row of character icons instead of a player count. Several typographical errors were corrected. Build hardening was added, catching certain kinds of buffer overflow attacks.
Release Notes: This release adds numerous enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support was added for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and for Cygwin. The number of metaservers that can be connected to was increased. Major reworking of INL draft was done. Game play policies were refined. Major bugs were fixed. Major documentation updates were made.
Release Notes: A assorted race conditions were fixed. Extended information is now provided to clients. Minor feature enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Assorted enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Multicast server discovery for local area networks, so that clients transparently locate nearby servers. Removal of robots from metaserver reporting. A login performance gain using a gdbm index of the player list. A fix to refit to enable docking and restrict maximum ship speed. A fix for a leak of the active process count in netrekd. The LSB filesystem standards (/etc and /var) have been adopted to support use on live CDs. Version number standards have been adopted.
Release Notes: Support bomb out of tournament mode, a fix for jammed player slots, adoption of newbie server behaviour, enhanced league game statistics and archive scripts, support for starbase docking refusal, new momentum scoring feature, a fix for temporary rank promotion, adjusting continuous scoring weighting, and defaulting to ten updates per second.