gnome-panel, gnome-deskop and gnome-session 2.0.0


	The end is nigh - we're nearly there :-)

* What are they ?

	gnome-panel contains the GNOME panel which the area
on your desktop from which you can run applications and
applets, and perform other tasks.

	gnome-desktop contains the libgnome-desktop library
which contains APIs that really belong in libgnome[ui] but
have not seen enough testing or development to be considered
stable. It also contains documents installed as part of the
core GNOME distribution, e.g. the GPL, GNOME's .desktop files,
the gnome-about program, some manpages and GNOME's core graphics
files and icons.

	gnome-session contains the GNOME session manager, the GNOME
session manager configuration program and several other session
management related utilities and the GNOME session manager proxy,
which handles basic session management for applications that do not
support XSMP.

* What's changed ?

gnome-panel 2.0.0


	* Fix crasher with .desktop item loading (Hidetoshi Tajima)
	* Fix floating panel signal issue (Arvind)


	* Fix crash when removing clock applet (Mark)
	* Kill old docs (Sander)


	* Carlos Perelló Marín, Christian Rose, Christophe Merlet,
	  Germán Poo-Caamańo, Hasbullah Bin Pit, Jesus Bravo Alvarez,
	  Jordi Mallach, Ole Laursen, Stanislav Visnovsky, Tőivo
	  Leedjärv and Zbigniew Chyla.

gnome-desktop 2.0.0


	* Carlos Perelló Marín, Christophe Merlet, Tőivo Leedjärv and
	  Vincent van Adrighem.

gnome-session 2.0.0


	* Run gconf-sanity-check at login (Havoc)
	* Fix DiscardCommand usage with autosave  (Jacob, Gustavo Giráldez)
	* Handle InteractRequests in phase 2 correctly (Jacob)
	* Use correct locale directory (HideToshi Tajima)
	* Fix crash on session save (Jacob)


	* Carlos Perelló Marín, Christophe Merlet, Dmitry G.  Mastrukov,
	  Hasbullah Bin Pit and Pablo Saratxaga.

* Where can I get them ?


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