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Version 7 of awstats beta is not available. This version allows detection of Windows 7 clients, can format numbers according to localization, and many other new features. These are detailed in the changelog at


Fedora 14 now includes chatzilla, an IRC client. chatzilla may be installed alone, or with chatzilla-gnome, allowing irc: addresses to be handled in GNOME.


clamz is new to Fedora. It is an open source replacement for Amazon's MP3 downloader. clamz may be used to download individual songs or complete albums that you have purchased from Amazon's Music Store.


claws-mail 3.7.6 includes new filtering features, a number of user interface enhancements, and several new translations. Refer to for a summary of all the new features.


'ekiga has been updated to 3.2.7. This release includes a large number of fixes, including a number of user-visible changes, mostly in the area of more sensible defaults. For complete details refer to the release notes at


The emacs-w3m pager is now available, which has WWW capability. It is said to be faster than the old W3 browser, making it a preferable alternative.


eurephia is new to Fedora 14. eurephia is an authentication plug-in for OpenVPN. You may learn all about eurephia at


gnome-applet-netspeed is just a little GNOME-applet that shows how much traffic occurs on a specified network device. gnome-applet-netspeed is new to Fedora 14. You can learn more at


Also new to Fedora 14 is gnome-applet-remmina. This is a remote desktop client supporting RDP, VNC, NX, XDMCP and SSH. Find out all about it at


gnome-gmail adds Gmail support to the GNOME desktop. Also new to Fedora 14, details may be found at


maildirproc is a mail processing agent, with similar functionality to procmail, but unlike procmail, maildirproc operates on already delivered mail. The upstream site is at


openconnect has been upgraded from version 2.22 to 2.24. In addition to bugfixes, there are a number of security enhancements. The full details may be reviewed at