GnomeMeeting 1.2.1 available!
GnomeMeeting 1.2.1 is available for download. It is a minor bugfixes release for 1.2.0, but it is worth the upgrade, especially if you are running it on an IPv6-enabled machine.
Here is the list of changes:
- Fixed deadlock when changing the audio volume is some special cases
- Small UI improvements (Eskyl Bilund)
- Fixed leaks in DBUS component (Julien Puydt)
- Fixed contributors list in the about dialog
- Allow compilation against Evolution Data Server 1.0 and 1.2
- Fixed problematic callback with GTK+ 2.6
- Prevent GnomeMeeting from running when the Picture plugin is not present
- Fixed various IPv6 problems (Craig Southeren)
- Fixed problems with some Polycom Units (Hannes Friederich)
- Serbian translation by Danilo Segan
- Norwegian translations by Sigurd Gartmann
- Bulgarian translation by Iassen Pramatarov
- Catalan translation by Josep Puigdemont
- Greek translation by Kostas Papadimas
- Indonesian Translation by Ahmad Riza H Nst
- Gujarati translation by Ankit Patel
- Brazilian Portuguese translation by Raphael Higino
- Ukrainian translation by Maxim Dziumanenko
- Nepali translation by Pawan Chitrakar
- Italian translation by Alessio Dessi
- Korean translation by Changwoo Ryu
- Albanian translation by Elian Myftiu
- Canadian English translation by Alexander Winston
- Lithuanian translation by Zygimantas Berucka
- Swedish translation by Christian Rose
- Russian translation by Leonid Kanter
- British translation by David Lodge
Packages and SIP version
We do not have packages for all distributions yet, we are waiting for them and we will upload them as soon as we get them. Currently sources and Mandrake 10.1 packages are already available.
Notice that the CVS release is already working with the SIP and H.323 protocols. Don't hesitate to join the GnomeMeeting development list for more information.
Update (2005-03-14): Slackware 10.1 and Slamd64 packages have been added thanks to pcxz.
Update (2005-03-18): Fedora Core 3, and RHEL4 packages for i386 and AMD64 have been added thanks to Daniel Veillard.
Update (2005-04-04): SuSE 9.2 packages have been added thanks to Stefan Brüns.