We have available a new version of the best Mediacenter we can install in our Raspberry Pi: OpenELEC reaches a new stage of maturity and although it focuses on XBMC Frodo (12.x), has some notable changes to note. Do you want to see?...
I'm going to summarize what I consider interesting for our Pi. You can read the rest on the website:
number of backports from Gotham and speed improvements for RaspberryPi users
Linux kernel 3.10, bringing many new and updated drivers and improvements
ALSA 1.0.27 (thanks to Anssi Hannula for various fixes and improvements)
Updated and improved pi firmware (thanks to Dom Cobley)
Initial PPTP and OpenVPN support (via connman)
Wireless tethering support (on WLAN cards that support it)
Completely reworked networking
Completely reworked bluetooth with support for more remotes
Added support for bluetooth keyboards and file transfers
Boot speed improvements for all platforms (particularly Raspberry Pi)
Many bugfixes and package updates
The most visible change is the new addon settings and the Wizard when you start for the first time to make the first distribution configurations prior to use.
You can upgrade directly from it if you have activated the auto-update or download the new image that you will find here when it comes out.