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Updated RELEASE, README and ChangeLog

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+Trac 0.9-beta  (Sept 4, 2005)
+ Trac 0.9 contains a great number of new features, improvements and
+ bug fixes. The following list contains only a few highlights:
+ * License changed from GPL to modified BSD (See the file COPYING).
+ * Improved modularity and extendibility (plugin support).
+ * Support for both pysqlite 1.x and pysqlite 2.x.
+ * Postgresql database support (with psycopg or pyPgSQL).
+ * Repository subsets. Multiple Trac environments can share a single 
+   repository.
+ * Version control abstraction layer making it possible to support 
+   other version control systems besides subversion in the future.
+ * FastCGI frontend support.
+ * Python version >= 2.3 is now required.
+ The complete list of closed tickets can be found here:
 Trac 0.8.3  (Jun 15, 2005)
 systems, an integrated wiki, flexible issue tracking and convenient report
-Trac is distributed using the GNU General Public License.
+Trac is distributed using the modified BSD License.
  * For installation instructions, please see the INSTALL. *
  * If you are upgrading from a previous Trac version, please read UPGRADE. *
-Trac 0.8.2 Release Notes
-May 31, 2005
+Trac 0.9-beta Release Notes
+Sept 4, 2005
-We're proud to present our latest release - Trac 0.8.2.
+We're proud to present our latest beta release - Trac 0.9-beta.
 Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system, integrated with
 Subversion, for software development projects. Trac uses a minimalistic
-The software, published under the GNU General Public License, is
+The software, published under the modified BSD License, is
 available at:
 A brief summary of major changes for this release:
- * Compatibility with Subversion >= 1.2 fixed.
- * Compatibility with Docutils >= 1.3.7 fixed.
- * Various fixes for Trac at the root of a virtual host via mod_python.
+ * License changed from GPL to modified BSD.
+ * Improved modularity and extendibility (plugin support).
+ * Postgresql database support.
+ * FastCGI frontend support.
 For a more complete list of improvements, see the ChangeLog at:
-About Edgewall
-Edgewall is a highly experienced team of software developers specializing in
-emerging internet and web technologies.
-We build professional, innovative and creative solutions for the web based on
-open source components, operating systems and frameworks.
-Specific areas of expertise include:
-    * Python development, including Python extensions and integration.
-    * Web services and application development.
-    * C and C++ application development for UNIX and Linux.
-    * Cross-platform application development and porting.
-    * Open Source development practices, methods and tools.
-Edgewall also offers professional Trac support and consulting, including
-customization, integration and custom feature development.
-For more information, visit our web site at <>
-or email us at <>.
 Many thanks to the growing number of people who have, and continue to,
 Please let us know. :-)
 /The Trac Team <>
-Copyright (c) 2005 Edgewall Software
-Edgewall Software - Professional GNU/Linux & Open Source Consulting
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