1 Apr 2004 dsandras   » (Master)


GnomeMeeting 1.00 has already been released and GnomeMeeting 1.0.2 is on the way. That release adds more translations, includes one bugfix, but also depends on the Janus release of OpenH323 for which a few bugs have been fixed too.

The development in CVS has continued. Julien has worked on a pure GLib backend to store preferences in GnomeMeeting. It has been integrated in CVS and is enabled when you compile GnomeMeeting with --disable-gnome. Of course, that doesn't mean that GnomeMeeting is moving away from GNOME as one of my main objectives is to be more and more integrated to the desktop - next step is some work to integrate the address book with evolution-data-server -. But some people have been asking since a long time for a lightweight GnomeMeeting version and for a Windows port. Some people have made good progress on the Windows port, and the ability to compile without GNOME features and dependencies was required for that port. In short, that is an option I don't like, but it was required.


Somebody crashed his car into my 2 months old car while I was parked, and he drove away. Some days, staying in bed would be better.

Mailman Spam

markmc: The GnomeMeeting list suffers the same problem with spam than the GConf list. I would say it receives about 50 mails to be moderated per day when it is quiet. I'm using mladmin to discard mails. I even thought putting it in a cron.

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