What happened, what comes next

For more details version please visit the Summer newsletter 2012 wiki page.

Community News

Our Community in Numbers in 2012/1

Development News

GeoGebra 4.2 Release Candidate

We have been working very hard over the Summer with testing, adding the last few features and fixing bugs. We need your help to catch the last few bugs, so please install the Release Candidate and try it out!

You can install the WebStart version here and the installers are here

Some of the highlights of the new version:

Events from summer and in the near future

See our Events Map & Calendar and the GeoGebra Conference 2012 Wiki.

Upcoming conferences


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