[Ftp-release] Announce: telepathy-mission-control 5.5.4

Simon McVittie simon.mcvittie at collabora.co.uk
Tue Sep 14 10:47:12 PDT 2010

The "salamander king" release.

This is a release candidate for the upcoming 5.6.0 stable release, recommended
for use with GNOME 2.32.

Mission Control is an account manager and channel dispatcher for the Telepathy
framework, allowing user interfaces and other clients to share connections to
real-time communication services without conflicting. It implements the
AccountManager and ChannelDispatcher D-Bus APIs defined by telepathy-spec.

The latest reviewed code is always available from:
http://git.collabora.co.uk/?p=telepathy-mission-control.git (gitweb)


• fd.o #26699: add support for plugins that delay requests while deciding
  whether to allow them or not (smcv)

• Restructure channel-requesting code (smcv)

• Delete the old examples, which are no longer exemplary; use telepathy-glib
  or telepathy-qt4 instead of libmcclient (smcv)

• fd.o #29812: add a trial implementation of the MinimumPresence (draft 2)
  API (ptlo)

• fd.o #30000: add a trial implementation of SucceededWithChannel and
  {Create,Ensure}ChannelWithHints (cassidy, smcv)


• fd.o #28915: fix a regression in which parameters that are unset aren't
  necessarily saved to the configuration file (fledermaus)

• Signal remote avatar deletion, for instance by another XMPP resource, in the
  same way as a remote avatar change (fledermaus)

• Cancel the "probation" timer when the connection is released, avoiding a
  possible crash (fledermaus)

• Ignore any partial pre-existing accounts that have no manager or protocol
  listed, and if a storage plugin creates a totally unusable account,
  ignore it (fledermaus)

• Don't crash if Proceed() is called twice (smcv)

• Various fixes for the Maemo SSO plugin (fledermaus, eeejay)

• Fix linking with recent ld versions (smcv)
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