It's been almost a month and a half since we released Acorn 6, and while I haven't made a single post since then, I have read every email, tweet, and other piece of text thrown our way. Kirstin and I have been pretty stoked with the positive response everyone has had towards Acorn 6. So thank you!
A few minutes ago I pushed out our second maintenance release, Acorn 6.0.2, which fixes a couple of bugs that we missed before shipping (overall, I'd say Acorn 6.0 was our most stable and bug free major release ever).
However, we haven't only been working on fixing bugs in Acorn. Today's release of Acorn 6.0.2 also includes a German localization, and we're pretty excited about it.
It took a number of weeks working with a professional translator, as well as great feedback from testers, but in the end we've got a "high quality localization" as described by our friends in Germany. So if you're a German speaker and you've been waiting for this, the time has finally come.