This release fixes many, many bugs, so updating is highly recommended for all
pre4 users. Particularly nice is a fix in the bandwidth-availability
estimation code that has been there since the very beginning. So if you had
trouble with GNUnet using more than the amount of bandwidth you specified,
this should be the release for you.
gnunet-gtk got much nicer, some memory leaks and various crashes got fixed and
some APIs were cleaned up a bit more (mostly alpha-renaming). The
documentation on the webpage is now completely up-to-date with respect to
0.7.0pre5, except that of course not everything is documented.
As usual, http://gnunet.org/ has the files, you will need libextractor 0.5.2
to compile and run GNUnet 0.7.0pre5.
p.s.: My Kudos to whoever found out how to associate a useful screenshot with
an MP3 file (and I agree, C64 games were cool).