Unfortunately, it seems as though most 3rd party download sites use the videolan.org server to fetch the link to a mirror.
Here’s a taste of the change log (The wiki seems to be on a different server and not down):
The 0.9 version of VLC media player adds a new interface module for Linux, Unix and Windows, a media library and an improved playlist, many new inputs and codecs support and many new audio and video filters.
For video playback, new protocols, new codecs, new demuxers and many bug-fixes have been added to support more formats.
For audio playback, cover art and metadata support (and editing) have been vastly enhanced. It can play audio when the playback speed is changed.
For the developers, libVLC has been simplified and improved, many bindings for many languages were added and there is a new Mac OS X Framework.
Scripts written in lua can expand VLC media player’s capabilities (read Youtube, Dailymotion URLs, fetch meta-data…)
See http://wiki.videolan.org/What_is_cool_in_0.9 for more information.
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