I was in Geilenkirchen last week for the Open Source Telephony Summit. That was an excellent opportunity to meet other VoIP Open Source developers, and I had a great time there with Craig, Robert, Roger, Derek, Oliver, Stefan, ... We discussed a lot about the future of GnomeMeeting and about the future developments to be done after the 1.00 release is unleashed. I'm very enthousiastic about the post 1.00 release because it should make of GnomeMeeting a very complete VoIP application supporting all major protocols.
I haven't code much lately, but I spent my time reading the code, reviewing patches from Julien and cleaning stuff. I think 1.00 is nearly ready, many users are already using our CVS snapshots, and we do not have many bug reports, which indicates a good stability despite the *huge* changes in this release.
So many things to do, and so few sleep. It seems like I'm becoming again hard to live with, especially with the poor Jonita. Hopefully, everything will go better in one month.