Gnubiff 2.2.0 has been released. This is a major feature release.
The gnubiff applet can now be put in the system tray, it is possible to run gnubiff without GUI and X. The USR1 and USR2 signals are now monitored (the action when a signal is caught can be configured). Saved passwords are now encrypted using AES. The body of base64 encoded messages can now be displayed. The gnome version now has an about dialog again. Finally there are lots of bugfixes and code cleanups.