Re: [GnomeMeeting-devel-list] Promotion

> >>>I would be even inclinded to call it beta1 as AFAICT it has all the
> >>>the major features now such as video support and the like.
> >>
> >>The major features are in yes, but not all of them. There are still some
> >>things that are pending, like :
> >>- Damien's work on text messages ;
> >>- my dbus work ;
> >>- a patch for bonjour support (still waiting for news on that one :-/ ).
> >>
> >>It's close to beta, yes ; but not there yet I think ;-)
> >
> >
> > Fair enough, but I would still do a releases (call it alpha - doesn't
> > matter, hey just call it 1.9.x) in line with the 2.13 releases leading
> > up to a Jan/Feb release to get some wider testing rather than leaving
> > it until just before the 2.14 release. I seem to remember leading up
> > to the 2.10 release (I think) therre was someone from the translation
> > team that caused a big who-har because we didn't. It may get us better
> > testing and people helping which is what we would like to achieve
> > anyway. It gets it out there so to speak.
> >
> > Pete
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> >
> I'll do a release in December. I promise it. I will move the "opal"
> branch to "HEAD" and release.
> I just want to be ready so that it is usable for
> "chatters" too.
> Notice there is still a problem with iLBC and Speex. Also, CIF doesn't
> work with SIP (I have found no doc about it and don't know how to force
> CIF).

Can you give further details on iLBC and speex? I thought the iLBC
problems had been fixed? Is there anything testers can do or is this
bugs that have to be fixed in the code?


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