We have recently updated the GNU Radio server to a new platform with updated versions of all of our services. There were a few hiccups along the way as proxies and other caching sites had to be refreshed for everyone to get to the new site properly, but I haven't heard any complaints in a while, so hopefully those initial jitters have gone away.
Among the new versions of our software is an updated Redmine. The new Redmine fixes some issues we had with registration, but it will also allow us to support multiple projects and other nice features like that. Keep an eye out for expanding information on the website as we integrate these new features.
Mostly, I hope this change hasn't effected anyone, and it should only serve to make the website more stable and nicer to use. The new server in the background has already saved us a ton of work.
One new change that has come about is an update from running Hudson to Jeknins. This will serve as our new continuous integration tool and I hope to start making good use of it in our project development cycle.
Initially, the most important change is that every time Jenkins builds GNU Radio, on a weekly basis, the resulting packaged tarball for the most recent master development branch will be published on our website. This means that people who don't want to or can't use git to access the software can get a new snapshot of the code weekly. The links to the tarball and the SHA1 sum of the tarball are found on the Downloads page of gnuradio.org.
Jenkins Interface: http://gnuradio.org/jenkins/
Download Page: http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/Download