Printing Lyrics with Chords
Chordii 4.5 released
June 19, 2013
Chordii 4.4 released
September 26, 2012
ITworld: Chordii is one of the 10 best (unknown) open source projects
July 14, 2011
You'll find Chordii on page 2 of the article.
Linux Magazine: Linux score writing applications
Issue #126, May 2011
Chordii 4.3 included in Fedora
January 4, 2010
Chordii 4.3 released
December 30, 2009
This means that this version of Chordii is truly GPL and can be included in official software distributions.
Chord 3.6.4: GPL release
December 10, 2009
The last known distribution of the original CHORD program is 3.6.2 and dates from july 1995. It includes a statement that CHORD is licensed following the conditions of the general GNU license, but with some additional restrictions. These restictions formed an obstacle for Chordii to be included in official software distributions.
In december 2009 I finally succeeded to track down the original authors and they agreed to the creation of a new, GPL-only release. This release is called 3.6.4 to avoid confusion with an already existing unofficial 3.6.3 version.
Following the GPL release of Chord, Chordii has been rebased on the 3.6.4 version, making it officially and legally GPL. A true GPL version of Chordii will be released soon.
Chordii 4.2: Now also for Microsoft Windows
June 14, 2008
Chordii 4.1 released
March 15, 2008
Chordie is alive again!
November 30, 2007
Maintanance has been taken over and a new, modernised version has been released.
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