Issue 85

May 23, 2010

This week… 2040 commits, in 188 projects, by 264 happy hackers (and 299 were translation commits).

  • Brian M. Carlson added DocBook version 5 support to yelp-xsl.
  • Totem and Transmageddon both got support for the new WebM video format.
  • The Google Calendar backend in evolution-data-server has been removed, as the CalDAV backend should be enough to interact with Google.
  • Carlos Garcia Campos continued working on his Bonobo-less panel changes, with a port to GDBus.
  • Thomas Wood added support for “shell” and “panels” in gnome-control-center, and added an initial implementation of a date/time panel.
  • Shaun McCance added nautilus-sendto support in Yelp, to be able to send the pictures in documentation.
  • The password length limit for SSH connections in Vinagre has been lifted.
  • Xan Lopez removed the status bar of Epiphany, replacing its only use, the display of targets, by a small overlay that only appear on hover. (GNOME bug 609713)
  • Łukasz Jernaś added GObject introspection support to Emerillon.
  • GEdit got full support for compressed files. (GNOME bug 413220)
  • In GNOME Shell Owen Taylor added a facility for automated performance measurement (GNOME bug 618189); and Dan Winship updated the Telepathy support to show notifications of presence changes (GNOME bug 611613).
  • Emmanuele Bassi added a GApplication class to GLib, and Colin Walters used it to add a GtkApplication class to GTK+.
  • Lin Ma reworked Solaris file event notification in GIO.

Top projects

Project Commits
tracker 171
gtk+ 86
ease 75
f-spot 75
evolution 72
glib 67
banshee 66
yelp-xsl 56
network-manager-applet 54
brasero 46

Top authors

Author Commits Modules
brian m. carlson 57 yelp-xsl, yelp
Nate Stedman 52 ease
Aleksander Morgado 50 tracker
Emmanuel Pacaud 44 aravis
Philippe Rouquier 41 brasero
Philip Van Hoof 40 tracker
Ruben Vermeersch 39 f-spot
Thomas Thurman 39 gtk+, glade3, nautilus and others
Torsten Schönfeld 38 perl-Cairo, perl-Gnome2-Rsvg, perl-Gtk2 and others
Matthias Clasen 35 gtk+, glib, evince and others