From: Mark Doliner <thekingant@us...> - 2005-02-18 05:34:14
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February 17th, 2005 - 11:11:11PM EST
We sure are churning out these bugfix releases, huh? This release contains two minor security fixes, so make sure you upgrade. See our <a href="security/index.php">security</a> page for more details.
January 21st, 2005 - 12:34PM EST
We have a few important points of order tonight.</p><ol><li>Gaim 1.1.2 is out. It contains some minor bug fixes, and a working HTTP connection method for MSN. This should help out people behind strict firewalls. We also have SecurID login support for AOL accounts that require it, thanks to an anonymous user for help getting that working. See the <a href="ChangeLog">ChangeLog</a> for the rest.</li><li>We have a new developer! Please welcome Daniel Atallah to the team.</li><li>Gaim's support for perl scripts is degrading rapidly. Parts of it work; parts of it don't work. There has been talk of removing support for perl scripts altogether in CVS HEAD. If you have the know-how to work with C/perl integration, the desire to contribute to an outstandingly sweet open source program, and the time to debug, fix and extend a perl plugin loader, we urge you to swing into action and help us out. I'd personally love to see a perl plugin that tests the full range of our perl scripting. Patches are always welcome (the smaller the better!)</li><li>If you would like to track our development but don't want to join the gaim-commits mailing list, you can monitor our CVS commits using RSS. See the RSS links on the left side of our <a href="http://cia.navi.cx/stats/project/gaim">CIA statistics page</a>.</li></ol><p>
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