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Genea 1.4.3 released

Genea is an database-driven application for storing person-related data of whole regions and creating family-trees. These can be printed, saved as image-files and exchange with other genealogy-applications utilizing the Gedcom-format.

Genea 1.4.3 was released today, fixing some minor bugs and adding the ability to browse data available from the database or Gedcom files.

Details can be found on http://en.genea.at/releases/1.4.3/releasenotes/

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2008-10-01

Genea: 1.4.2 released

Genea is an database-driven application for storing person-related data of whole regions and creating family-trees. These can be printed, saved as image-files and exchange with other genealogy-applications utilizing the GEDCOM-format.

Genea 1.4.2 was released today, fixing a bug that caused the program to crash when importing adoptions from a Gedcom file.

Further improvements contains internationalized data input, and some minor changes to the overall program structure.... read more

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2008-08-28

Genea 1.4 released

Today Genea 1.4, a genealogical application for creating family trees from large data sets, has been released with lots of new features.

The most important changes include zoomable family trees, extended data support, a more intuitive workflow and of course lots of bugfixes.

Visit http://en.genea.at/releases/1.4/ for details, or simply try Genea now!

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2008-03-21

Genea 1.2 released

Genea 1.2 has just been released, featuring lot of new functionality, especially for working with Gedcom files.

Genea is an genealogical application for storing large amounts of person-related data and creating family-trees. These can be printed, saved as image-files and exchange with other genealogy-applications utilizing the GEDCOM-format.

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2008-02-20

Genea 1.0.1 released

Genea 1.0.1, the first bugfix release of Genea 1.0, has been published today. It fixes a few minor bugs and adds some small enhancements.

Details can be found in the Release Notes and ChangeLog of the new release.

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2007-09-10

Genea 1.0 released

With version 1.0 the Genea-Team releases a new version of their genealogical application Genea, which adds lots of new features.

Genea is designed for managing large amounts of genealogical data and automatically creating family trees of it.

Added features include
* New Events
* More Data
* Course of Life
* More flexible addresses
* More flexible images
* Larger Backups

Genea is available in english and german.... read more

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2007-07-20

Genea 0.8 released

With version 0.8 the Genea-Team releases its first multilingual version of their genealogical application Genea with lots of new features.

Genea is designed for managing large amounts of genealogical data and automatically creating family trees of it.

Information on Genea can be found at http://en.genea.at/

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2006-12-30

Genea 0.6 released

Genea 0.6 is a genealogy program. Its highlights include easy entry of person-related data, effective search for person-related data, creation of family trees, printing of family trees and saving family trees in various formats. Genea's user interface is currently only available in German, but we are seeking translators. For more information about Genea, visit the Genea website: http://genea-logy.sourceforge.net

Posted by Martin Unger 2006-05-26

First public release of Genea available

The first public release of Genea (0.2) is available for download!

https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=120892&package_id=131819

If you are interested in genealogy, please download and test it. If you've done so, you can submit bugs, feature- and support requests with the respective trackers.
Thanks for helping.

Greetings, the Genea-Team

Posted by Stefan Kögl 2005-07-07

Alpha-Release

An alpha of Genea will be released by the end of June 2005. Please support our project by revisiting this page again when the test version is ready.

Posted by Martin Unger 2005-05-20