So this awesome happened over the weekend:
We are pleased to announce the latest release in our 1.X series of releases. To download your copy, please visit the QGIS download page. This release is named after the town of Wroclaw in Poland. The Department of Climatology and Atmosphere Protection, University of Wroclaw kindly hosted our last developer meeting in November 2010.
The release has some great new symbology and data management improvements continuing the push of QGIS as a full fledged GIS client. I use QGIS much more than any GIS client these days (Most of that has to do with me being on Mac OS X but it is a reality.) and coupled with FME, there isn’t anything I can’t do.