Well by love I mean releases...
If you or someone else would like to make more statically linked Linux binaries, we can release them, but the person who was providing them before has stopped doing so. This was done using the old SCons-based build system, for which I've attached the (out of date) files to this post.
For any Windows/Mac release it would be nice to have a tarball with source code for Linux. Yes I can go and get one based on the SVN revision and all but it's convenient to have the source tarball available as is.
There's no separate download of Linux source code; it's all the same code, with some #ifdef when needed. There are CMake build setup files provided, which work fine on Linux. I don't know what you mean by "as is"; you can follow the links to download the numbered SVN version tarball from the relevant SVN version of the sourceforge SVN browse page.
Besides the static bin for Linux shows 0.15 I think.
Also in the news you mentioned some post 0.17 versions for which I could find nothing for Linux.
v0.3.15 the latest version for which a Linux binary is available.
A link for where the revision number to get the tarball and try would be appreciated.
Already linked in my previous post: on the compile page. There are links labelled "Download GNU tarball" on the SVN browse sticky revision page.