Some cleanup, some fixes, removed threading in the server, and made the client code restartable (i.e. if the server vanishes, the client has enough information to reconnect to the previous state), which seems to work with the gnome-panel and nautilus. I think it's time to test it seriously, so it will show up in Fedora Core 3 (and Rawhide) future versions in the meantime people interested can find it on gnome.org.
Off to OLS
and to the Dektop meeting in Ottawa. I'm all for reducing travels but OLS is a must IMHO. I glanced though the program, looks extremely good as usual, and I'm really looking forward meeting with friends. Time to pack for a week or so ...
PHP5 using libxml2/libxslt for XML processing is now released, MacOS X will now ship with libxslt (will Safari ever use it for XSLT support ? That would be fun !). Of course the transition to PHP5 will take time but it seems a very large fraction of Apache deployments use PHP. It's good to see the code used in a large scale.