GnomeMeeting 1.0.2 on Monday, moving to QT
GnomeMeeting 1.0.2 will be released on Monday, it is a minor bugfixes release that depends on the new Janus release of OpenH323.
After GnomeMeeting 1.0.2 has been released, we will start working on GnomeMeeting 2.00 which will be based on QT. It implies a lot of work and much rewrite, but many people have requested a QT port since the first release of GnomeMeeting. Major companies are now moving from GTK+ to QT, because QT is simply better, more robust, more powerful, nicer... It is with regret that we will have to drop the current GTK+ code, but with enthousiasm that we will start coding on the new version. Major changes will go in the GUI, the features should approximatively stay the same as they are now.
Update: It was of course the traditional 1st April Fool!