Re: [Evolution-hackers] Call for Release Notes

On Mon, 2007-08-27 at 11:32 +0530, Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
> Hey Murray,
> On Sun, 2007-08-26 at 18:36 +0200, Murray Cumming wrote:
> > Evolution developers, please do try to find the time for this. You
> > deserve that the world knows about your hard work.
> >  
>  I have added everything to release notes wiki page. Sorry, I was
> confused with
> and just updated to Roadmap only.

Thanks. I didn't realise that you had updated the RoadMap. Not everybody
has done that.

So, we have the following:

> * Improved SPAM filtering with plugable junk filters 

How is this different to before, from the user's point of view? I
thought we always had SpamAssassin and BogoFilter plugins.

> * Backup restore support

What does this actually allow the user to do?

> * Improved e-mail notification 

Is this just about the notification area icon? By the way, I notice that
you can't turn that off from the main preferences - you have to disable
the plugin, when you know that it's a plugin.

> * Improved Gtk+ Printing support for mails 

What does the "improvement" look like to the user?

> * System Timezone Integration 

Does this mean that evolution no longer asks the user for their timezone
at first use? Are there any other user-noticeable changes?

> * Attachment reminder for message composer

Could you tell us more about this? What does it do, and when?

> * Evolution Exchange
>  * Better offline support

How is this noticeable? Is it just a performance improvement, or has the
behaviour changed? I mean, how would the user notice this?
>  * Delegation support

This allows you to forward your emails to a colleague while you are
away, right? Do you have a screenshot of that preference for us, using
the standard clearlooks theme? Not many of us are running exchange.

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