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Soprano 2.4.0.1 released

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2010-02-11

Soprano 2.4.0 released

For more details see the announcement at http://soprano.sourceforge.net/node/42

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2010-02-09

Soprano 2.3.73 released

Soprano 2.3.73 is the (hopefully) last release candidate before the final 2.4 release which will accompany KDE SC 4.4.

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2010-02-01

Soprano 2.3.70 released

Soprano 2.3.70 is a beta of the upcoming Soprano 2.4 which is intended to be packaged for KDE 4.4 beta1.

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-12-01

Soprano 2.3.1 released

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-09-14

Soprano 2.3.0 released

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-07-15

Soprano 2.2.69 RC1 released

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-06-24

Soprano 2.2.4 released

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-06-24

Soprano 2.2.3 released

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-03-02

Soprano 2.2.2 released

See http://soprano.sourceforge.net/node/31 for details on the new release

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-02-19

Soprano 2.2.1 released

See http://soprano.sourceforge.net/node/30 for details on the new release

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-01-28

Soprano 2.2 released

See http://soprano.sourceforge.net/node/29 for details on the new release

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-01-27

Soprano SF page renewed

Soprano has been developed as a dependency for the Nepomuk-KDE (http://nepomuk.kde.org) project. As such, it is developed in the KDE subversion repository and most development issues were resolved through the proper KDE channels.

Now, however, it seems that interest in Soprano has also came up outside the KDE project. Thus, the bug tracker on SF has been activated and a new soprano-user mailing list has been created.

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2009-01-26

Soprano 0.9.0 released

We are proud to present the first official release of Soprano, the RDF pluggable RDF framework based on QT.

Posted by Sebastian Trueg 2007-05-28