ANNOUNCE: gnome-main-menu 0.9.11 release

This email is to announce gnome-main-menu version 0.9.11

  Released: 2008-09-12

  * Features / Fixes
    - Port to GIO (Cosimo Cecchi)
    - Remove Eel dependency (A. Walton)
    - Build against latest NetworkManager (Cosimo Cecchi)
    - Make places use mime type handler (CRivera, Scott Reeves)
    - Support for GSM and CDMA devices (Magnus Boman)
    - Bugfix - Check title for null. BNC#393101 (Scott Reeves)
    - Multiscreen work (Federico Mena Quintero)
    - Remove thumbnailing (Federico Mena Quintero)
    - Escape markup text properly (Denis Washington)

  * Translations
    - Inaki Larranaga Murgoitio   eu.po: Added Basque translation.
    - Djihed Afifi   ar.po: Updated Arabic Translation by Abdulaziz
    - Daniel Nylander  sv.po: Updated Swedish translation.
    - Jonh Wendell   pt_BR.po: Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation
by Michel Recondo.
    - Petr Kovar   cs.po: Updated Czech translation by Adrian Gunis
    - Jorge Gonzalez   es.po: Updated Spanish translation
    - Yannig Marchegay  oc.po: Updated Occitan translation.
    - Jonh Wendell   pt_BR.po: Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation
by Fábio Nogueira.
    - Daniel Nylander  sv.po: Updated Swedish translation.
    - Claude Paroz   fr.po: Updated French translation.
    - Clytie Siddall  vi.po: Updated Vietnamese translation.
    - Yair Hershkovitz   he.po: Updated Hebrew translation by Mark

What is it ?

The gnome-main-menu consists mainly of three utilities.  A gnome-panel
that is the main interface providing access to your favorite and
recently used applications,
documents and places. Also access to system status and common actions
such as
searching and logout / shutdown.

Access to other applications is made via the application-browser –
providing interactive
searching of the entire list of your applications, ordered for display
by their menu categories.

These higher level components as well as the shell in the
gnome-control-center all use the
common pieces provided by the libslab library

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