Commit ac009c15 authored by Christian Engwer's avatar Christian Engwer

even more news entries imported from the old website

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......@@ -7,4 +7,6 @@ Today we prepared the first beta for the upcoming DUNE 2.0 release. Everything t
The release will include the three core module `dune-common`, `dune-grid`, and `dune-istl`; and the howtos `dune-grid-howto` and `dune-grid-dev-howto`. Together with these five packages we will release the new package `dune-localfunctions`, which brings a new interface for finite element shape functions to Dune.
Follow the [download link]($(ROOT)/download/2.0beta1), grab the packages, test them!
Follow the [download link](/releases/2.0.0/), grab the packages, test them!
*Updated:* refer to final release
......@@ -3,7 +3,10 @@ date = "2010-04-25"
title = "Release of DUNE 2.0"
+++
![]($(ROOT)/pics/dune20.jpg) We are pleased to announce the release of Version 2.0 of the "Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment" (DUNE).
<div markdown style="float:left; padding-right: 1em">
![](/img/dune20.jpg)
</div>
We are pleased to announce the release of Version 2.0 of the "Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment" (DUNE).
The release includes the three core modules dune-common, dune-grid, and dune-istl; and the tutorials dune-grid-howto and dune-grid-dev-howto. Together with these five packages we released the new package dune-localfunctions, which brings a new interface for finite element shape functions to Dune. This package will also become a core module. Besides many smaller things, the most notable changes are:
......@@ -11,4 +14,4 @@ The release includes the three core modules dune-common, dune-grid, and dune-ist
- A new grid implementation, the `GeometryGrid`, has been added. It wraps any other DUNE grid and replaces the geometry by a given other one. It can, for example, be used to transform a 2d Cartesian grid into a helix.
- The `GridFactory` interface has been extended. It now allows file readers to pass data associated with a given entity to the user.
For further information, have a look at the [release notes](http://www.dune-project.org/releasenotes-2.0.html).
For further information, have a look at the [release notes](/releases/2.0.0/).
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2010-09-08"
title = "Exherbo Packages Available"
+++
Packages for the [Exherbo](http://www.exherbo.org) Linux distribution are now [available]($(ROOT)/binary_packages.html). They are kindly provided by Elias Pipping.
Packages for the [Exherbo](http://www.exherbo.org) Linux distribution are now available. They are kindly provided by Elias Pipping.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2011-02-17"
title = "Dune 2.1 Release Branch Created"
+++
Today we have created the release branch for the next stable release of the Dune core modules. The branch will receive several weeks worth of bugfixing before being released as Dune 2.1.0. If you want to help testing you can [download the release branch]($(ROOT)/download.html).
Today we have created the release branch for the next stable release of the Dune core modules. The branch will receive several weeks worth of bugfixing before being released as Dune 2.1.0. If you want to help testing you can download the release branch.
......@@ -5,4 +5,4 @@ title = "Release of DUNE 2.1"
The release includes the four core modules dune-common, dune-grid, dune-istl and dune-localfunctions; and the tutorials dune-grid-howto and dune-grid-dev-howto.
For a list of changes have a look at the [release notes](http://www.dune-project.org/releasenotes-2.1.html).
For a list of changes have a look at the [release notes](releases/2.1.0).
......@@ -5,4 +5,4 @@ title = "dune-fem 1.2.1 maintenance release"
A maintenance 1.2.1 version of dune-fem has been released. It fixes various known issues of the dune-fem-1.2.0 release version.
The Dune-Fem module is based on the Dune-Grid interface library, extending the grid interface by a number of higher order discretization algorithms for solving non-linear systems of partial differential equations. For further information, please visit the [Dune-Fem section]($(ROOT)/fem/index.html) on this page or go to the [project homepage](http://dune.mathematik.uni-freiburg.de/) directly.
The Dune-Fem module is based on the Dune-Grid interface library, extending the grid interface by a number of higher order discretization algorithms for solving non-linear systems of partial differential equations. For further information, please visit the [Dune-Fem section](/modules/dune-fem/) on this page or go to the [project homepage](http://dune.mathematik.uni-freiburg.de/) directly.
......@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ The PDELab developers are proud to announce the first public release 1.0.1 of PD
PDELab is a discretisation module built on top of the foundation provided by the Dune core modules and provides a powerful toolbox for the numerical solution of Partial Differential Equations using Finite Element Methods, Finite Volume Methods, and Discontinuous Galerkin Methods.
For further information and downloads see the [PDELab homepage](http://dune-project.org/pdelab/#news-release-1.0.1).
For further information and downloads see the [PDELab homepage](/modules/dune-pdelab/).
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ date = "2012-09-19"
title = "DUNE Binary Packages for openSuse"
+++
We are happy to announce that [after Debian](%3CDUNEROOT%3E/news/index.html#news-22.6.2012), now also openSuse added binary packages of DUNE to their repositories.
We are happy to announce that after Debian, now also openSuse added binary packages of DUNE to their repositories.
**openSuse** includes DUNE in the newest release `12.2`. `RPM`s for the DUNE core modules and `dune-PDELab` are available from the [science repository](http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/science/openSUSE_12.2/x86_64/).
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......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2013-02-18"
title = "Dune 2.2.1beta1 Released"
+++
A first set of release candidates for the upcoming bugfix 2.2.1 release is now available. This includes all core modules. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
A first set of release candidates for the upcoming bugfix 2.2.1 release is now available. This includes all core modules. You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@ title = "Dune is part of GSOC2013"
We are happy to let you know, that Dune has been accepted as a mentoring organization in [Google Summer of Code 2013](http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org/google/gsoc2013/dune). Google is offering students stipends to write code for Dune this summer. Starting from monday, april 22th, 12 UTC, you can apply as a student at [google-melange](http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2013).
We have put together a short list of [possible project ideas](%3CDUNEROOT%3E/gsoc/2013/index.html), we had in mind. This list is not exclusive, so if you have a good idea, feel free to discuss with us.
We have put together a short list of [possible project ideas](/dev/gsoc/2013/), we had in mind. This list is not exclusive, so if you have a good idea, feel free to discuss with us.
Further information can be found on the official [GSOC2013 page of Dune](http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org/google/gsoc2013/dune).
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2014-01-09"
title = "Dune 2.3beta1 Released"
+++
A first set of release candidates for the upcoming 2.3 release is now available. This includes all core modules. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html#source) page. The modules are also available from [Debian Experimental](http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=libdune&searchon=names&suite=experimental&section=all). Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
A first set of release candidates for the upcoming 2.3 release is now available. This includes all core modules. You can download the tarballs from our download page. The modules are also available from [Debian Experimental](http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=libdune&searchon=names&suite=experimental&section=all). Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2014-01-17"
title = "Dune 2.3beta2 Released"
+++
A second set of release candidates for the upcoming 2.3 release is now available. This includes all core modules. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html#source) page. Please download, build, and install them. It would be nice to test them with your custom modules. Please report the problems that you encounter in our bugtracker. Feedback is also appreciated, if everything works on your system.
A second set of release candidates for the upcoming 2.3 release is now available. This includes all core modules. You can download the tarballs from our download page. Please download, build, and install them. It would be nice to test them with your custom modules. Please report the problems that you encounter in our bugtracker. Feedback is also appreciated, if everything works on your system.
......@@ -3,7 +3,10 @@ date = "2014-02-10"
title = "DUNE 2.3.0 Released"
+++
![]($(ROOT)/pics/dune23.png) We are pleased to announce the release of the new stable version 2.3.0 of the Dune core modules.
<div markdown style="float:left; padding-right: 1em">
![](/img/dune23.png)
</div>
We are pleased to announce the release of the new stable version 2.3.0 of the Dune core modules.
Dune 2.3.0 brings not only one and a half years' worth of bug fixes but also some nice additonal features. The Clang compiler is now better supported, UGGrid gained more parallel features, dune-istl got support for UMFPACK as an additional direct linear solver backend, and all modules can now be built using the experimental CMake build system.
For further improvements, deprecations, and clean-ups, have a look at the [release notes](http://www.dune-project.org/releasenotes/releasenotes-2.3.html).
For further improvements, deprecations, and clean-ups, have a look at the [release notes](/releases/2.3.0/).
......@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ title = "DUNE 2.3.1 Released"
We are pleased to announce the maintainance release 2.3.1 of the Dune core modules.
Dune 2.3.1 brings bug fixes and improvements for ParMETIS, SCOTCH, and CMake 3.0. And it gains tab completion for dunecontrol.
For further more details have a look at the [release notes](http://www.dune-project.org/releasenotes/releasenotes-2.3.html).
For further more details have a look at the [release notes](/releases/2.3.1).
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2014-06-26"
title = "PDELab 2.0.0 released"
+++
The PDELab developers are proud to announce the release of PDELab 2.0.0. PDELab 2.0 is a major release containing a large number of new features and improvements. Most importantly, the DOF handling and the interface to linear algebra have been completely rewritten, bringing improvements like faster and more memory-efficient matrix pattern construction, easier iteration over DOF vectors and built-in support for applying arbitrary permutations to the DOF order, among others. Another important new feature is the ability to do computations on non-overlapping grids without storing the ghost DOFs, reducing both the parallelization overhead and the complexity of the underlying code, in particular when using AMG. Finally, it is now possible to do adaptive calculations with nested function spaces. For details and a more complete overview of the changes and bug fixes in this release, see the [release notes](http://cgit.dune-project.org/repositories/dune-pdelab/plain/RELEASE_NOTES?h=releases/2.0) and the [PDELab homepage](http://dune-project.org/pdelab) for further information on how to obtain PDELab, including source packages.
The PDELab developers are proud to announce the release of PDELab 2.0.0. PDELab 2.0 is a major release containing a large number of new features and improvements. Most importantly, the DOF handling and the interface to linear algebra have been completely rewritten, bringing improvements like faster and more memory-efficient matrix pattern construction, easier iteration over DOF vectors and built-in support for applying arbitrary permutations to the DOF order, among others. Another important new feature is the ability to do computations on non-overlapping grids without storing the ghost DOFs, reducing both the parallelization overhead and the complexity of the underlying code, in particular when using AMG. Finally, it is now possible to do adaptive calculations with nested function spaces. For details and a more complete overview of the changes and bug fixes in this release, see the [release notes](http://cgit.dune-project.org/repositories/dune-pdelab/plain/RELEASE_NOTES?h=releases/2.0) and the [PDELab homepage](/modules/dune-pdelab) for further information on how to obtain PDELab, including source packages.
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ title = "Results of the yearly developer meeting"
On 22.-23.9.2014 twelve Dune developers gathered in Berlin for two days of discussion and planning of the future development of Dune. The agenda of the meeting is [available](http://users.dune-project.org/projects/dev-meeting-2014/wiki), and there are detailed [meeting minutes](http://users.dune-project.org/projects/dev-meeting-2014/wiki/Protocol), thanks to Dominic.
Possibly the most relevant decision for users of Dune is in the release schedule. There will be a 2.4 release with various [improvements and fixes](%3CDUNEROOT%3E/recent_changes.html) before the end of the year. However, after that we will start to work on a 3.0 release which will include some more disruptive changes. The list includes
Possibly the most relevant decision for users of Dune is in the release schedule. There will be a 2.4 release with various improvements and fixes before the end of the year. However, after that we will start to work on a 3.0 release which will include some more disruptive changes. The list includes
- Dropping the AutoTools build system,
- Removing the EntityPointer class, but making Entity objects copyable instead,
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......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2014-10-15"
title = "dune-grid-glue in Debian Testing"
+++
The [dune-grid-glue]($(ROOT)/modules/dune-grid-glue/index.html) module for the coupling of Dune grids is now available in form of binary packages for [Debian Testing/Jessie](https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=dune-grid-glue).
The [dune-grid-glue](/modules/dune-grid-glue/) module for the coupling of Dune grids is now available in form of binary packages for [Debian Testing/Jessie](https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=dune-grid-glue).
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2015-07-18"
title = "Dune 2.4.0-rc1 Released"
+++
The first release candidate for the upcoming 2.4 release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page, checkout the v2.4.0-rc1 tag of the modules via git, or get prebuilt packages from Debian experimental. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
The first release candidate for the upcoming 2.4 release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page, checkout the v2.4.0-rc1 tag of the modules via git, or get prebuilt packages from Debian experimental. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2015-08-26"
title = "Dune 2.4.0-rc2 Released"
+++
The second release candidate for the upcoming 2.4 release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page, checkout the v2.4.0-rc2 tag of the modules via git. For a list of changes and known issues please refer to the [release notes]($(ROOT)/releasenotes/releasenotes-2.4.html). Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
The second release candidate for the upcoming 2.4 release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page, checkout the v2.4.0-rc2 tag of the modules via git. For a list of changes and known issues please refer to the [release notes](/releases/2.4.0). Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2015-09-13"
title = "Dune 2.4.0-rc3 Released"
+++
The third release candidate for the upcoming 2.4 release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page, checkout the v2.4.0-rc3 tag of the modules via git. For a list of changes and known issues please refer to the [release notes]($(ROOT)/releasenotes/releasenotes-2.4.html). Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
The third release candidate for the upcoming 2.4 release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page, checkout the v2.4.0-rc3 tag of the modules via git. For a list of changes and known issues please refer to the [release notes](/releases/2.4.0). Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2015-09-25"
title = "Dune 2.4 Released"
+++
We are pleased to announce the release of the new stable version 2.4.0 of the Dune core modules. This release contains various new features and bugfixes. The probably most prominent one is the change of the default build system from autotools to CMake. The autotools build system is now deprecated and will be removed in the next major release. For further improvements, deprecations, clean-ups, and known issues have a look at the [release notes]($(ROOT)/releasenotes/releasenotes-2.4.html). You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page, checkout the v2.4.0 tag of the modules via git.
We are pleased to announce the release of the new stable version 2.4.0 of the Dune core modules. This release contains various new features and bugfixes. The probably most prominent one is the change of the default build system from autotools to CMake. The autotools build system is now deprecated and will be removed in the next major release. For further improvements, deprecations, clean-ups, and known issues have a look at the [release notes](releases/2.4.0). You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page, checkout the v2.4.0 tag of the modules via git.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2016-02-21"
title = "Dune 2.4.1-rc1 Released"
+++
The first release candidate for the upcoming 2.4.1 maintenance release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page or checkout the v2.4.1-rc1 tag of the modules via git Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
The first release candidate for the upcoming 2.4.1 maintenance release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page or checkout the v2.4.1-rc1 tag of the modules via git Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2016-02-23"
title = "Dune 2.4.1-rc2 Released"
+++
The second release candidate for the upcoming 2.4.1 maintenance release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page or checkout the v2.4.1-rc2 tag of the modules via git. This release candidate is almost identical to RC1, it mainly fixes a problem with the tarballs. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
The second release candidate for the upcoming 2.4.1 maintenance release of the core modules is now available. You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page or checkout the v2.4.1-rc2 tag of the modules via git. This release candidate is almost identical to RC1, it mainly fixes a problem with the tarballs. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
......@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ date = "2016-02-29"
title = "Dune 2.4.1 Released"
+++
We are pleased to announce the release of Dune 2.4.1, the first point release in the 2.4 release series of the Dune core modules. This release mostly contains bug fixes for problems in the original 2.4.0 release, but also a number of backported feature from the master development branch. For a list of the fixed bugs, new features and known issues take a look at the [release notes]($(ROOT)/releasenotes/releasenotes-2.4.html). You can download the tarballs from our [download]($(ROOT)/download.html) page or checkout the v2.4.1 tag of the modules via git. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
We are pleased to announce the release of Dune 2.4.1, the first point release in the 2.4 release series of the Dune core modules. This release mostly contains bug fixes for problems in the original 2.4.0 release, but also a number of backported feature from the master development branch. For a list of the fixed bugs, new features and known issues take a look at the [release notes](/releases/2.4.1/). You can download the tarballs from our [download](/releases/) page or checkout the v2.4.1 tag of the modules via git. Please go and test, and report the problems that you encounter.
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