Eurid have now decided that they won’t be publishing a list of domain releases. Instead they are opting to include the release date in the whois:
The first names unsuccessfully applied for during Sunrise will be released on June 7. Names released will include all expired domain names and those for which the last application in the queue for that name was rejected 45 days prior to May 24. Only names which are subject to ADR proceedings will not be released. EURid has decided to publish the release dates for domain names in the Sunrise WHOIS database (www.whois.eu). If you are interested in one of these names, please contact a registrar who will be able to try to register it for you on the 7th of June.
Each entry in the Sunrise WHOIS database will be accompanied by a foreseen release date. Please note, however, that this date is provisional and is subject to the initiation of ADR proceedings
The remainder of the domain names that were rejected during Sunrise, and that will not be available for registration on the 7th of June, will be released on a weekly basis on Tuesdays at 11:00 (Belgian Time) starting on June 13. These Tuesday releases will continue until all domain names, applied for during Sunrise but not granted to any applicants, have been released.
By publishing the release dates for the relevant domain names in the web Sunrise WHOIS database, EURid avoids publishing a full list of names to be released and in doing so does not assist cyber squatters.
Unfortunately they haven’t made the data available using command line whois, so you have to go through the web interface with its captcha protection..