At long last, there is a new release of XEmacs 21.5. A lot of stuff has happened in this release, but the most important thing is that this is the last GPLv2 version of XEmacs. Future versions (including the current trunk) will be licensed GPLv3 or later. In fact, the first GPLv3 release, 21.5.31, is expected to follow this one by a couple of days. Thanks mostly to Aidan Kehoe, I'm also quite happy that XEmacs Lisp is more Common Lisp'y than ever.