Issue 7

November 23, 2008

This week… 1470 commits, in 149 projects, by 183 happy hackers (and 126 were translation commits).

  • Support for file transfer has been merged in Empathy; it is currently only available for Link-Local XMPP, support for Jabber should now be implemented in telepathy-gabble; Guillaume Desmottes posted about this.
  • gnome-shell is progressing nicely and Owen Taylor gave a status update.
  • f-spot moved from gnome-vfs to gio.
  • Behdad Esfahbod continued his work on vte and its pangocairo backend, he also removed obsolete backends.
  • Josselin Mouette merged Debian patches into esound, which prompted the release of 0.2.41.
  • Rhythmbox can now deal with uninitialized iPods.
  • Benjamin Otte improved the gvfs FTP backend to work with more FTP servers.
  • evolution-mapi, a connector to Microsoft Exchange 2007, gained its own subversion module and has been proposed for 2.26.
  • tracker got its indexer module API GObject oriented, this will allow easier bindings development and more flexible behaviour for modules.
  • Glade gained a new editor for cell renderers.

Top projects

Project Commits
empathy 195
ooo-build 58
gimp 44
tracker 43
ekiga 43
vte 40
seed 40
vala 37
gegl 36
NetworkManager 34

Top authors

Author Commits Modules
Xavier Claessens 185 empathy
Jürg Billeter 48 vala, tracker, vala-tests
Dan Williams 44 NetworkManager, network-manager-applet
Colin Walters 43 gobject-introspection, java-gobject-introspection, gnome-shell and others
Jorge Gonzalez Gonzalez 40 gnome-devel-docs, ekiga, gnome-subtitles and others
Øyvind Kolås 34 gegl, babl
Robert Carr 27 seed, gir-repository
Owen Taylor 25 gjs, gnome-shell, gobject-introspection and others
Josselin Mouette 24 esound
Sven Neumann 23 gimp, gimp-web, gegl

2 Responses to “Issue 7”

  1. diegoe Says:

    This is great! Thanks for publishing this :-). We should have it on the planet.

  2. Stephane Delcroix Says:

    > f-spot moved from gnome-vfs to gio
    this is still in progress, but we’re approaching completion.

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