I expect a further maintenance release in a couple of weeks to address some remaining annoyances. If there are major new features I would expect infrequent beta builds to be available too. Given that the bug tracker requires a google account to submit issues, I’ll gladly answer questions of general interest on help.openstreetmap.org.
will you distribute the new version over the Google Market? I am using Vespucci from time to time and it would be easier for me to rely on the Google market updates rather than looking myself if each installed App is up to date.
If I am not wrong, in Google Playstore we still have the old text about changes in new versions 0.9 and 0.9.1 … do we have a changelog or history file in Vespucci’s source code? And if yes, is it included in Transifex text base in order to be translated?
Ah, there is no translation of the change list and I personally don’t think we should (at this point) be spending time on translating it to multilple languages (when we could be using the same people to translate “real” documentation). Very likely Marcus simply used the English text for the German page the last time he did an update and didn’t do the same when he uploaded 0.9.1. I expect a minor update (bug fixes and translations) fairly soon and will ask him to fix it then.
I’m thinking about what best to do with the documentation, the google code wiki stuff is, being very nice, suboptimal for real documentation. As soon as I have that figured out I’ll look at moving such text to transifex too.
“again”? The current version (and most of the time it is actually newer than what is available on the market) has been available all the time, see http://code.google.com/p/osmeditor4android/downloads/list . In any case I would urge everybody to upgrade to 9.2r622. No new features over the last couple of weeks, but a lot of bug fixes (mainly some very old issues).