September 26, 2010
This week… 2622 commits, in 198 projects, by 238 happy hackers (and 826 were translation commits).
- The 2.32.0 release is almost there and translators are working hard, French reached a 100% translation status, joining Portuguese, Polish, Hungarian, and Galician; an enormous effort also happened in the Uighur team, with almost five thousands new translated strings.
- The Nautilus connect dialog has been updated to match mockups created by Allan Day.
- Many changes landed in Pitivi, such as Karl Palsson updating the sources list to display clip previews on double clicks, and the important work done by Thibault Saunier to add effects being merged; read Pitivi master finaly gets effects! for the announcement and a screenshot.
- Martin Szulecki added an module for iPods in conduit.
- Havoc Pennington improved tests for X error traps in GTK+, fixing two bugs along the way . (GNOME bug 630033)
- Banshee got support for detecting network status under Microsoft Windows, thanks to Pete Johanson (GNOME bug 630296)
- Andreas J. Guelzow improved printing of checkboxes and radio buttons in Gnumeric.
- Srinivasa Ragavan started adding rendering of events in the main calendar view, in his work on a clutterified evolution.
- Johan Dahlin added a lot of missing introspection annotations to glib, and added and fixed a few in GTK+.
- Another summer of code work has been merged, as Jamie Nicol improvements in the Last.fm Rhythmbox plugin have been merged, bringing such changes as the possibility to view its profile (GNOME bug 345957), and to use Libre.fm (GNOME bug 592428).
|Takayuki KUSANO||129||gtk+, gnome-games, glib and others|
|Benjamin Otte||107||gtk+, mutter, glib|
|Michael Natterer||96||gimp, gtk+, gdk-pixbuf|
|Colin Walters||69||gjs, gobject-introspection, glib and others|
|Johan Dahlin||62||gobject-introspection, gtk+, gtksourceview and others|
|Matthias Clasen||61||gtk+, gdk-pixbuf, gnome-settings-daemon|
|Murray Cumming||54||gtkmm, cluttermm, glom and others|
|Bastien Nocera||50||gnome-control-center, gnome-settings-daemon, gnome-media and others|