Just a few minutes ago, HelLViS69 has released RC2 of the IRC-client KVIrc.
He writes that they “are proud to release the next release candidate. This release contains a huge amount of bugfixes, a cleaner and readable code, some new features including the new ISO standards for file sizes and datetimes format and a new automagical wizard to create addons.”
For now, there is only the possibility to checkout your copy from their SVN repository but he writes that “snapshots for the different OSes/arches will follow in the next days.”
He writes that users of the release candidate should feel free to “blame us for what’s still not working on our bugtracker, so that we can hear you and fix it before the final release” and thanks all people that are “involved in the project that everyday work together to make this happen, all users which report us all glitches and bugs allowing us to improve and spread this wonderful irc client to the world”.
Closing his announcement he writes that they’re “still on a long way to the stable 4.0, but we’re one step further now and we’re getting really close.”
[Update] The Win32 packages are now available from http://unoamolti.net/kvirc/