[Ekiga-list] ANNOUNCE - Ekiga 3.2.0 [STABLE] available

This is the 3.2.0 stable release of Ekiga.

* What is it ?

Ekiga is a free Voice over IP softphone allowing you to do free calls
over the Internet.

Ekiga is the first Open Source application to support both H.323 and
SIP, as well as audio and video. Ekiga was formerly known as

More information can be found at http://www.ekiga.org

* Where to get it ?

Ekiga is available at:

Required librairies can be found at:

* What's changed ?

Compared to previous unstable version (3.1.2):
- Better NAT support in case of Cone NAT
- Uniformise detection of libnotify; fix compilation with mingw
- Fix "URL completion combobox shows identical completions"
- Fix "Assistant loosing values when going backward"
- Fix GmConf settings when compiled with another package name
- Fix unregistration of accounts
- Fix build with --enable-kde
- Fix OS X build
- Fixed possible crash when retrieving presence information
- New translations: crh, or
- Updated translations: as, bg, bn_IN, da, de, el, eu, gl, gu, hi, hu,
  ja, kn, ko, ku, lt, ml, mr, or, pt, ro, ru, ta, te, tr
- New help translation: en_GB
- Updated help translation: fr

Compared to previous stable version (3.0.0), major features:
- Better NAT support in case of Cone NAT
- There is now only one H.263 plugin implementing both H.263 and H.263+
- Allow several ALSA devices to have the same name
- Added support for the G.722 audio codec: G.722 is a 16 kHz wideband
  audio codec advertised as HD Voice by the famous Polycom. It is a
  great boost in quality and interoperability
- Added support for the CELT ultral-low delay audio codec: CELT delivers
  high quality audio at 32 kHz or 48 kHz, allowing to transmit music in
  high quality, with low delay and low bitrate
- Added support for SIP dialog-info notifications: they allow displaying
  notifications of incoming calls in the roster. With software like
  kamailio or Asterisk, it allows being informed of incoming calls
  reaching your colleagues
- Largely improved LDAP support: the OpenLDAP guys contributed several
  patches to provide state-of-the-art LDAP support in the Ekiga address
  book. The new code even supports authentication
 - Killed the gconf_test_age test, Ekiga can now finally work with
  badly installed GConf schemas
 - Better handling of multiple network interfaces with dynamic addition
  and removal
- Added settings migration from Ekiga 2.0.x.
- Improved Windows build
- Other various fixes, cleanups, removal of deprecated symbols etc.
- New translations: crh, or
- New help translation: en_GB, eu
- Updated many translations and help
 Experimental features:
 - Significant improvements in IPv6 support
 - Gstreamer audio and video capture support near to be finished...

On behalf of Ekiga team,
Eugen Dedu

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