Re: [Evolution] [Evolution-hackers] Evolution progress for 2.22

On Tue, 2007-12-04 at 10:41 +0530, Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
I just released Evolution and friends for GNOME 2.21.3 and this has
been mostly a bug fixing release. Thanks a lot to Prasad and Suman for
the late-night sanity and tarball validation and also to our
'Patch-bot' Milan and all the other contributors for your patches.

I want to say a big "thanks" to everyone as well, especially you Srini!
Evolution has really stabilized in a big way over the last 6 months or
so, and I certainly appreciate it: Evolution is the "killer app" that
allows me to have never booted from my Windows partition at work since I
shrunk it and installed Ubuntu over a year ago.

Hip hip hooray!

I do hope folks are still going to look at bugs: I have some pretty
significant ones that don't seem to be getting much love, that I'd
really appreciate some traction on:

Most of these are trivially reproducible (by me anyway), and I have
builds at or near the head of the SVN trunk, with full debugging enabled
and saving logs and cores.  I'm well-versed in patch files, GDB, etc.,
and I'm happy to assist in debugging, although I'll need some direction:
I don't have the time or energy to learn enough about Evo code to debug
these myself.

and one user interface one that someone can probably do very quickly:

And then there's this one, which seems crazy to me that this has never
been reported; I wonder if there's more to it than I think:

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