One noticeable feature is the support for OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps in configurations - so where ever you are expected to enter geo coordinates as a configuration value, you can now simply place a marker on a map, like e.g. for the system location itself:
Another highlight is that this build contains a very first version of a Bluetooth (BLE) binding, which is maintained at ESH.
It is currently only supported on Linux through BlueZ on armhf, but as this means that it runs on a Raspberry Pi, this should be the most important platform for the start. This initial binding version so far only supports scanning for devices/beacons and reading their signal strength, but I hope that we will see more and more specific Bluetooth device support being added over the coming months.
As always, please report if you see any regressions to previous builds - if nothing serious comes up, I’d actually soon plan to do a milestone build, so that people who do not want to go for snapshot builds have another option to get hold of latest features without having to struggle with instable builds.