For full details, please consult the changelog, but know that it’s mostly compatible with existing installations: copy your conf file to one of the new locations, either
/etc/staticDHCPd and everything should keep working, just as it did before. Of course, since it will work as it did before, if what it did before works for you, you don’t need to bother updating.
The biggest change for new users is that there are now setup scripts and installers, quickly outlined in the README and on the main page of the GoogleCode site. Using the installer/setup method, keeping a site up-to-date should be easier than before, because there’s no chance of a config file being overwritten with the new structure, which makes it one step easier than copying your old config file into place.
Two more updates are expected over the next couple of days, however, so you may want to hold off on changing anything until they’re out. The next one will be the introduction of a simple INI-based config method, which will probably be of benefit to really small sites, where even SQLite is overkill (but, more importantly, it means an abstraction layer will be introduced above SQL brokers, which should allow for more flexibility in general, configuration-wise). And the one after that will try to reconcile the differences between the old logging method and Python’s native logging module, hopefully resulting in better runtime logs, while still keeping the web interface around, but decoupling it so that it can be redesigned in the not-too-distant future.