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Compiz Fusion 0.6.0 is released

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Great news from the dev team as Compiz Fusion 0.6.0, based on Compiz-Core has been released after fixing many bugs and adding a ton of new features. Here is the release announcement - straight from the Compiz Fusion Mailing List:

This is the first stable release of Compiz Fusion[1], the result of more than six months of work and polish. This stable release is based on Compiz Fusion 0.5.2, released on the 13th of August. This release is meant to be used with compiz 0.6.2.

Compiz Fusion is the result of a merge between the Compiz community plugin set “Compiz Extras” and the parts of the Beryl project that are independent of the window manager core.

This release includes:

Compiz-Fusion-Plugins-Main:
This is the main plugin set, fully supported and providing the most
significant features. Check the list of plugins included in this

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