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This is a list of Gramps and its previous releases.

Meaning
Green Current version. Recommended for all new installs
Yellow Still supported (Update to the last release for that version / Strongly Recommended you upgrade to the Current version)
Blue Current Public testing version (Unstable/Alpha/Beta/Release Candidate)
Silver Development version (Git Version - Here be dragons - Recommended only for testing the future of Gramps)
Red Not supported (Update to the last release for that version / Strongly Recommended you upgrade to the Current version)

See also

Version Release Date Name Notes User Manual
Git N/A N/A Development version (Python 3.5+ only / GTK 3.12+ / SQLite3 (Default backend) / BSDDB 3 (Legacy backend)) / Developers/Roadmap N/A
5.1.5 2022-02-05
5.1.4 2021-07-26
5.2.0-dev2 2020-09-17
5.2.0-dev1 2020-09-17
5.1.3 2020-08-13
5.1.2 2020-01-10
5.1.1 2019-09-14
5.1.0 2019-08-21 Python 3.3+ only / GTK 3.12+ / SQLite3 (Default backend) / BSDDB 3 (Legacy backend) 5.1.x
5.0.2 2019-08-08 Final maintenance release in the Gramps 5.0.x series.
5.0.1 2018-12-20
5.0.0 2018-07-24 (Python 3.2+ only / GTK 3.10+ / BSDDB 3 (Default backend) / SQLite3 (Experimental backend) ) 5.0.x
5.0.0-rc1 (unstable) 2018-05-20
5.0.0-beta1 (unstable) 2018-02-18
4.2.8 2018-02-09 A one-bug-fix release. It corrects the Geography views for bad 'dbstate.is_open()' Final maintenance release in the Gramps 4.2.x series.
4.2.7 2018-02-08
5.0.0-alpha3 (unstable) 2017-09-02
4.2.6 2017-08-01 In Memory of Peter Landgren.
5.0.0-alpha2 (unstable) 2017-06-10 [1]
4.2.5 2016-12-15
4.2.4 2016-09-04 [2]
5.0.0-alpha1 (unstable) 2016-06-04 [3]
4.2.3 2016-04-10
4.2.2 2016-01-06
4.2.1 2015-10-12
4.2.0 2015-08-02 (Python 3.2+ only / GTK 3.10+ / BSDDB 3) 4.2.x
4.2.0beta2 (unstable) 2015-07-08 [4]
4.2.0beta1 (unstable) 2015-06-21 [5]
4.1.3 2015-05-01 Thou shalt not count to five
3.4.9 2015-04-30 I am no longer infected Final maintenance release in the Gramps 3.4.x series.
4.1.2 2015-02-28 That's no ordinary rabbit
4.1.1 2014-10-24 MachineThatGoes...Ping!
4.1.0 2014-06-16 Name go in book (Full Python 3 support added) 4.1.x
3.4.8 2014-05-29 Forget about your sin, give the audience a grin
4.0.4 2014-05-22 Not the comfy chair
4.0.3 2014-01-27 It's tomorrow, ask me now
3.4.7 2014-01-27 Ask me tomorrow, but not today
4.0.2 2013-11-08 Welcome to our humble abode
3.4.6 2013-10-28 The Answer to the Ultimate Question
4.0.1 2013-06-24 What is washing when we are on the verge of a great scientific breakthrough?
3.4.5 2013-05-22 We have also developed a tomato which can eject itself when an accident is imminent
4.0.0 2013-05-21 The Miracle Of Birth (Python 2.7+ or Python 3.2+ / GTK 3.0+ / BSDDB ) 4.0.x
3.4.4 2013-05-15 The Ministry of Silly Names
4.0.0-beta (unstable) 2013-04-06
3.4.3 2013-03-19 Whenever life gets you down, Mrs. Brown
4.0.0-alpha5 (unstable) 2013-03-06
4.0.0-alpha4 (unstable) 2013-01-26
4.0.0-alpha3 (unstable) 2013-01-03
4.0.0-alpha2 (unstable) 2012-12-31
4.0.0-alpha1 (unstable) 2012-12-21
3.4.2 2012-10-28 We're all individuals!
3.4.1 2012-08-23 A tiger? In Africa?! In Memory of Rob G. Healey.
3.4.0 2012-05-21 The "always look on the bright side of life" feature release.
3.3.2 2012-05-18 The Knights who say 'Ni'
3.3.1 2011-10-01 The Tenth Anniversary Edition
3.3.0 2011-06-12 Prelude to the next version
3.2.6 2011-04-30 So far, so good.
3.2.5 2010-11-17 I intend to live forever.
3.2.4 2010-10-11 Tententen (Re-released due to missing .css file.)
3.2.4 2010-10-10 Tententen
3.2.3 2010-05-16 I used to eat there. Really good noodles.
3.2.2 2010-04-25 Mea navis aëricumbens anguillis abundat
3.2.1 2010-04-21 One of those men is my father
3.2.0 2010-03-15 I am your father 3355: Name change from GRAMPS to Gramps
3.1.3 2009-12-06 What Name?
3.1.2 2009-06-06 Skip the impersonations The first Apple Mac OS X PPC one-click-install Mac package binary [*.DMG] was released by Emrys Williams. Previous versions could be installed from source on Apple Mac's using the MacPorts package manager.
3.1.1 2009-03-09 Spam, bacon, sausage and spam
3.1.0 2009-03-07 I am the director of a publishing company.
3.0.4 2008-12-06 All the children sing
3.0.3 2008-10-19 I have this terrible feeling of déjà vu.
3.0.2 2008-09-27 You look like a milkman to me.
3.0.1 2008-05-17 Don't call me "Señor!"
3.0.0 2008-03-24 It was just getting interesting. (Python 2.5+ / PyGTK2 2.10+ / BSDDB ) 3.0.x
2.90.0 (unstable) 2008-01-16 [6]
2.2.10 2008-01-13 Lemon Curry? Final stable version 2.x.x family of releases [7]
2.2.9 2007-10-18 Here's your ninepence [8]
2.2.8 2007-05-27 You sons of a silly person [9]
2.2.7 2007-04-22 Well, I didn't vote for you. [10]
2.2.6 2007-01-29 Summarize Proust Competition [11]
2.2.5 2007-01-28 Now go away or I shall taunt you a second time [12]
2.2.4 2006-12-24 When you're chewing on life's gristle, Don't grumble, give a whistle [13]
2.2.3 2006-11-26 My philosophy, like color television, is all there in black and white [14]
2.2.2 2006-11-02 We interrupt this program to annoy you and make things generally irritating [15]
2.2.1 2006-10-29 One, two, five! [16][17] (This release added support for MS-Windows.)[18][19]
2.2.0 Due to a slight mistake in the numbering scheme, this version was never released the first 2.2.x version was 2.2.1 2.2.x
2.2.0rc2 (unstable) 2006-10-24 What is your quest? [20]
2.2.0rc1 (unstable) 2006-10-12 Help, Help! I'm being repressed! [21]
2.1.95 (unstable) 2006-08-27 Listen! I can't give it to you now. It says, 'in the event of death'. Uh. Oh! Ah. Ah. Eh. [22]
2.1.91 (unstable) 2006-08-13 Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government [23]
2.1.0 (unstable) 2006-04-29 What are you going to do, bleed on me? [24][25]
2.0.11 2006-04-29 I will not buy this record, it is scratched [26]
2.0.10 2006-02-27 Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch [27]
2.0.9 2005-12-11 Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition! [28]
2.0.8 2005-09-05 Romani ite domum [29] (First port to Macintosh OSX posted to MacPorts).
2.0.7 2005-09-04 Romanes eunt domus [30]
2.0.6 2005-08-15 Just like my dear papa! [31]
2.0.5 2005-07-05 It's certainly uncontaminated by cheese [32] [33]
2.0.4 2005-06-27 That's enough music for now, lads. [34]
2.0.3 2005-06-04 Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti... [35]
2.0.2 2005-06-04 Little fermented curd will do the trick [36]
2.0.1 2005-05-23 None shall pass [37]
2.0.0 2005-05-10 The bright side of life [38] [39] ( Python 2.3+ /Gnome 2.8+ /PyGTK2 2.4+ /Gnome-python 2.6 + / BSDDB ) ??
1.1.99 (unstable) 2005-04-24 What… is your favourite colour? [40]
1.1.95 (unstable) 2005-04-11 When danger reared its ugly head, he bravely turned his tail and fled [41]
1.0.11 2005-03-19 What have the Romans done for us? Final stable version 1.x.x family of releases [42]
1.1.90 (unstable) 2005-02-21 Successful encyclopedia salesman [43]
1.0.10 2005-01-30 Migrating coconuts [44]
1.0.9 2005-01-29 Ekki-Ekki-Ekki-Ekki-PTANG. Zoom-Boing. Z'nourrwringmm [45]
1.1.3 (unstable) 2005-01-18 Splunge: this is a great idea, but possibly lousy, and I’m not being indecisive [46]
1.1.2 (unstable) 2004-12-06 Confuse-a-cat [47] Written completely in Python, so it is platform independent.
1.0.8 2004-10-31 Sideways completely unexpected deposit [48]
1.1.1 (unstable) 2004-09-27 Rat cake, rat sorbet, rat pudding, or strawberry tart [49]
1.0.7 2004-08-14 Run away! Run away! [50]
1.0.6 2004-08-13 Pink frilly edges [51]
1.0.5 2004-07-31 Weighs the same as a duck [52]
1.1.0 (unstable) 2004-06-16 And now for something completely different [53]
1.0.4 2004-06-15 Say no more! [54]
1.0.3 2004-04-22 'Tis but a scratch! [55]
1.0.2 2004-04-02 Pining for the fjords [56]
1.0.1 2004-02-18 Revenge of Ed Wood [57]
1.0.0 2004-02-11 Stable as a tombstone [58] (Python 1.5.2+, Gnome 1.2+, PyGnome 1.0.53+ / XML ) ??
0.99 2004-01-27 [59]
0.98.0 2003-12-08 Round me off [60]0.98.0
0.9.5 2003-10-07 Fix me up [61] The current "Fix me up" release is a one-bug-fix release. It corrects the nasty interface problem that slipped into 0.9.4. The bug surfaced after merging/deleting people. No data could be damaged by this bug, but it was inconvenient enough to justify a new release.
0.9.4 2003-09-29 This used to bug me [62]0.9.4
0.9.3 2003-07-15 [63]
0.9.2 2003-06-01 [64]
0.9.1 2003-04-20 [65]requires GNOME 2.0 or greater
0.9.0 2003-02-16 [66] the first version for GNOME 2
0.8.1 2002-12-01 [67]If your system is running

GNOME 1.4 or earlier, you should use 0.8.1

0.8.0 2002-08-20 [68]
0.7.3 2002-05-06 [69]
0.7.2 2002-03-16 [70]
0.7.1 2002-01-26 [71]
0.7.0 2001-12-24 [72]
0.6.2 2001-11-18 [73]
0.6.1 2001-11-10 [74]
0.6.0 2001-11-09 [75]
0.5.1 2001-09-30 [76]
0.5.0 2001-09-19 [77]first release to include online documentation[78]
0.4.1 2001-08-13 [79]
0.4.0 2001-08-09 [80]
0.3.2 2001-07-06 [81]
0.3.1 2001-06-23 [82]
0.3.0 2001-06-17 [83]
0.2.0 2001-06-03 [84]
0.1.5 2001-05-26 [85]
0.1.4 2001-05-19 [86]First release to support internationalization
0.1.3 2001-05-05 [87]Added support for the ISO-8859-1 character and ANSEL encoding in GEDCOM files.
0.1.2 2001-04-27
0.1.1 2001-04-21 This is the first release of GRAMPS! By Don Allingham (Don originally called the program Relativity before his father suggested the name GRAMPS (Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System)). Created to run on a RedHat 7.X Linux system.