ANNOUNCE: libfolks 0.1.15

libfolks 0.1.15 is now available for download from:

libfolks 0.1.15 — Chromium plated boiling metal
Libfolks pulls together contacts from any number of accounts supported
by the libfolks backends. This release includes a Telepathy backend
complete enough to power Empathy and a key file backend to allow contact
linking. We would like to include
additional backends (especially evolution-data-server), so let us know
if we can help!

libfolks is not yet API or ABI stable, so please proceed with caution.

For more information, see the Folks wiki page:

What's new?
* Various introspection and parallel build fixes (Travis Reitter, Philip
Withnall, Maciej Piechotka)
* Ensure duplicate Individuals don't make their way into various
properties (Philip Withnall)
* Make gobject-introspection a hard requirement (Travis Reitter)
* Add an Individual.personas_changed signal to allow more efficient
client code (Philip Withnall)
* Add trust levels to Individuals to allow the UI to determine whether
to allow linking to them (Philip Withnall)
* Fix alias writing to the backends and improve selection of aliases for
Individuals (Philip Withnall)

libfolks and depend upon core GNOME libraries (GLib, GIO, etc.), as well
as the latest release of Vala and gobject-introspection.

The Telepathy backend also requires a recent release of
telepathy-glib, built to include its Vala bindings.

For any questions, comments, feature proposals, etc., please refer to
the Telepathy mailing list or #telepathy on Freenode.
For bug reports, please file them with the GNOME Bugzilla module "folks"

The official repository is in GNOME git, module "folks".

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