GNOME System Tools 2.91.1 released

GNOME System Tools Version 2.91.1, 2010-12-19
The GNOME System Tools version 2.91.1 have been released.

The GNOME System Tools are a set of cross-platform configuration
utilities for Linux and other Unix systems. The frontends know nothing
about the underlying system and provide the same user interface across
the different types of systems. Internally they use the Liboobs library.

Changes since last release

  - Port to GTK+3, drop support for GTK+2
  - Move from PolkitLockButton to a temporary implementation based on
  - Use upstream gettext instead of GLib's

  - Fix setting password from random entry
  - Fix editing newly created users
  - Dramatic performance improvements when loading users and groups
  - Hide custom user profile when not selected
  - Fix cases where advanced settings cannot be edited
  - Don't unref() user face if it's NULL
  - Remove users search-bar code

  - Rework EMap widget to use Cairo and new GTK+ API (Benjamin Otte)
  - Various cleanups in EMap widget
  - Remove unreachable NTP servers
  - Don't suggest Stratum 1 NTP servers

  - Fix markup in interfaces description

  - ca, courtesy of Joan Duran
  - ca valencia, courtesy of Joan Duran
  - es, courtesy of Jorge González
  - eu, courtesy of Iñaki Larrañaga Murgoitio
  - he, courtesy of Yaron Shahrabani
  - it, courtesy of Gianvito Cavasoli
  - ko, courtesy of Changwoo Ryu
  - nb, courtesy of Kjartan Maraas
  - sk, courtesy of Pavol Klačanský
  - sl, courtesy of Klemen Košir
  - ug, courtesy of Sahran

  Thanks to anyone involved in this release!

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