Release Digest: GNOME, June 27, 2004Jun 28, 2004, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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A new release from the stable branch is out, featuring translation updates and minor fixes.
Another bugfix release, but this also includes Bastien's work on Xine metadata loading. I hope the keybinding change won't be too controversial - I think the new ones make a lot of sense (thanks Calum!)
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Imendio is very happy to announce version 0.7.6 of our instant messaging client Gossip!
Gossip is an instant messaging client for GNOME with an easy-to-use interface, providing users of the GNOME Desktop with a friendly way to keep in touch with their friends.
This release has had quite a few updates since the last release about 2 months ago. For people using the group chats this release will include a couple of fixes for the most obvious bugs. Unfortunately there is still a bit of work to get them to work perfectly.
This release also includes support to edit your own vcard thanks to Martyn Russel who provided a patch for this. Ross Burton added a feature that a lot of people have asked for and that is the possibility to resubscribe to a contact if the subscription isn't both ways.
Furthermore there has been a number of smaller bug fixes and a couple of very rare crashes has been found and fixed. I also took some time and fixed a couple of smaller things that makes the entire experience of using Gossip better.
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The Gossip project page for downloads and more information: http://gossip.imendio.org/
A new release of the intltool package is available; this time codenamed "Noyen; drar vi til Norge!".
The intltool package is a set of tools for translating the contents of data files using the gettext translation framework.
This release contains many bug fixes, so as always we suggest everyone to upgrade.
Thanks goes to Rodney Dawes and Danilo Segan for their hard work on this release.
This release unfortunately includes the not-portable (I was told) mkinstalldirs. I know some dislike this and I will look into using mkdir_p for the next release. Any help is appreciated.
Some of the changes since the last release:
You can find the source code for intltool 0.31 on GNOME FTP site:
If you have problems with intltool, please report bugs at bugzilla.gnome.org.
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Evolution Connector for ExchangeIt
Net Integration Technologies has released a plugin that allows users of Evolution to connect to a Nitix server running their ExchangeIt software, which enables the sharing of calendars, contacts, and tasks lists. This complements the already-released ExchangeIt plugin for Microsoft Outlook.
Note that this release is an unsupported beta. We will be releasing a final (supported) version of the plugin some time in the near future.
For more information (and screenshots!), please see here: http://open.nit.ca/wiki/index.php?page=ExchangeItEvolution
Source is available under the terms of the GPL at the same site.
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