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Re: Announcing GTG 0.3!
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> On 6 November 2012 18:40, Bertrand Rousseau
> <bertrand.rousseau@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > After about 9 months of very active development, the GTG team is proud
> > to announce the release of Getting Things GNOME! 0.3!
> > This version is packed with an amazing amount of bug fixes and many
> > novelties! The goal with 0.3 was to get GTG back on its feet after
> > more than a year of working on the internal plumbing. We also fixed
> > many bugs in the process. We can now say that this goal has been
> > reached, and then some!
> > What's new in 0.3?
> > Here's an (incomplete) list of changes:
> > Performance: thanks to the amazing work of Izidor Matusov, GTG has
> > recovered its youth and can handle your many tasks way faster than
> > before! Data backup: GTG keeps several copies of your data, and it's
> > now able to restore the most recent backup automatically if your data
> > are corrupted. Help: GTG now has many help pages providing useful
> > documentation for GTG, thanks to Radina Matic (our community manager
> > and 2012 intern for the GNOME outreach program)
> > UI: we've improved our UI in several ways. The most notable will
> > probably be the new tag editor, which provides an easier way to
> > customize and edit tag's properties such as colors, icon, etc.
> > Translations: all translations were updated, and we also got new
> > languages added to this release!
> > Stability: we've fixed many bugs causing crashes during this release.
> > Various other fixes:
> > Updated and improved plugins: notification area icon, urgency color
> > export, ...
> > Improved Quick Add Toolbar, with more features and flags for you geeks.
> > Improved command line clients
> > Saner handling of due dates constraints.
> > You can see the complete list of changes in our CHANGELOG.
> > The GTG developer team would like to thank and congratulate all the
> > great people which contributed to this version. You did an amazing
> > work! Thanks also to our many new contributors which joined us during
> > this development cycle!
> > Where to get it?
> > You can get information about how to get the latest version of GTG
> > here: http://gtg.fritalk.com/pages/download
> > What's next?
> > For the next releases, we plan to work on the porting of GTG to GTK3.
> > This should hopefully enable the upcoming redesign of GTG!
> > We also have many other projects in the pipeline, most notably:
> > collaborative task management, a project which has been started by
> > Izidor Matusov during Google Summer of Code 2012.
> > improved task editor, a work performed by Steve Scheel during Google
> > Summer of Code 2012.
> > It's also worth mentioning the great work accomplished by Baptiste
> > Saleil, who has integrated GTG with GNOME Shell through a GNOME Shell
> > extension (also a Google Summer of Code 2012).
> > Links:
> > Screenshots
> > The project's blog
> > The project's page on launchpad
> > The project's page on the GNOME wiki
> > --
> > Bertrand Rousseau
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> Cool! Congratulations everyone! :D
> I'm gonna start working asap in the arch linux package. Besides the
> readme, is there another place so I can make sure I'm installing all
> the dependencies?
Yes, the README is supposed to describe all the dependancies. If we overlooked some of them, please fill a bug report.
> Pablo Olmos de Aguilera Corradini - @PaBLoX
> Linux User: #456971 - http://counter.li.org/