This past weekend was a nice one for releases to a couple of the projects I work on: the OpenNTF Domino API and Darwino.
The ODA release is something of a "consolidation" release over 2.0.0: it fixes a few of the bugs that cropped up since then, adds some important lower-level tweaks, and brings the graph REST API into the mainline release. One note with the REST API is that, due to making use of a recently-added extension to the core code, it requires a recent release of the Extension Library, 9.0.1_17 or higher.
The Darwino release is something of a preparatory release, containing some significant improvements since the initial 1.0 earlier this year. A lot of the features will warrant a proper announcement post, but the ones I find most intriguing (or worked on the most) are significantly-improved Domino replication, a new scheduling framework, and some nice cloud-deployment improvements, such as Watson integration tools and proper support for Microsoft Azure. This also sets the ground for a number of features in the next major release, which exist in initial form now, but need some final polish.
Should I have time (it continued to be a very-busy summer), both of these will warrant some more discussion. But, in the mean time, give the new versions a shot!