Issue 141

June 19, 2011

This week… 2058 commits, in 165 projects, by 243 happy hackers (and 160 were translation commits).

  • Vinicius Depizzol adapted the website footer to support selection of languages when available.
  • Rodrigo Moya made the calendar backend of evolution-couchdb work with latest evolution-data-server.
  • Luiz Armesto added appindicator support to billreminder.
  • In gnome-utils GNOME Screenshot was updated to flash the area of the screen that is captured.
  • Giovanni Campagna added support for converting JS Arrays to C arrays of any type, not just integers as before in gjs. (GNOME bug 646632)
  • In gdm Ray Strode exported a library for being a greeter, this will make it easier for people to write external greeters.
  • Alexander Larsson made gnome-contacts track phone status on IM presence.
  • In yelp-xsl Shaun McCance added accessible titles on notes in DocBook and Mallard. (GNOME bug 613267)
  • Andreas J. Guelzow improved support for export to xslx in Gnumeric.
  • Rodrigo Moya added a new ‘Formats’ tab in the region settings panel.
  • Robert Nordan contributed the possibility of mass exporting to HTML of Tomboy notes. (GNOME bug 356871)
  • In GTK+ Benjamin Otte implemented support for multiple border colors.
  • Joanmarie Diggs removed magnification settings from Orca, as it’s now controlled by gnome-shell mag and the Universal Access tools. (GNOME bug 652241)

Top projects

Project Commits
evolution-data-server 132
gtk+ 117
vala 96
clutter 95
tracker 74
gegl 51
glib 51
banshee 50
cogl 47
gnome-menus 47

Top authors

Author Commits Modules
Colin Walters 90 gnome-menus, jhbuild, gjs and others
Luca Bruno 85 vala
Matthias Clasen 72 gtk+, glib, gdk-pixbuf and others
Emmanuele Bassi 68 clutter, json-glib, unique and others
Robert Bragg 58 cogl, clutter
Ignacio Casal Quinteiro 56 gedit, gedit-cossa, gedit-plugins and others
Srinivasa Ragavan 55 evolution-data-server
Cosimo Cecchi 42 gnome-themes-standard, nautilus, gnome-utils and others
Ray Strode 40 gdm
Benjamin Otte 38 gtk+, gdm, pango and others