Campbell is working on drawing colored wireframes in the 3D view. His work is available as a patch right now, so you can compile your own Blender and test it.
Plasmasolutions is back with another overview of Blender features that are currently in development.
Microvellum is looking for some help testing Fluid Designer – you can now sign up for the beta release, which will become available on April 11th.
Also, Andrew Peele shares another development update, focusing on the Data Manager.
The new Randomise add-on by Ben Simonds offers a choice of manipulation effects for both text and objects.
BookGen is new addon for Blender that allows you to fill shelfs or cupboards with books – fast and easy.
The MochaBlend add-on which integrates the Mocha tracker with Blender is now available! What’s more: you can meet developer Christopher Barrett next week at the North American Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas.
Are you frustrated that you cannot seem to get hold of a Blender developer? This new Blender Add-on by CodemanX will give you a direct line to Ton Roosendaal, chairman of the Blender Foundation and Blender’s Lead developer. Download it here and check how to use it in this useful video by Sebastian König.
What would you like to say to Ton?
Updating the topology of your models has become a little easier with Bjørnar Frøyse’s new grease pensil align script.