You can download the latest binary release bundle here.
If you want to experiment with the database behind jease.org, you can download a zipped version (~450 MB). This database includes all contents from jease.org, so you can have a look at scripts and other stuff which is not available via the demo.
Just unzip it and put the resulting "jease"-directory into the default db4o-folder contained in your home-directory (usually /home/username/db4o on Linux or C:\Users\username\db4o on Windows).
Last modified on 2011-07-04 by Maik Jablonski