Released 3.2.0. Finally. It's got integration with gnome-accessibility (pass --with-a11y to configure), gnome-speech (pass --with-speech to configure) and it'll even give you a nice Gnome-style about box if you want (pass --with-gnome to configure). We're aiming for inclusion in Gnome 2.6, which would be pretty sweet.
(Especially if we end up on those 200,000,000 desktops in China...)
In other news, portability remains tediously irritating in odd ways - I was greatly impressed with the way that different implementations of iconv have differing ideas about the constness of the first argument. Shifted a bunch of code over to glib rather than deal with the pain of differing Unix directory entry parsing semantics. People selflessly dealing with this portability thing on my behalf make me happy. In any case, we run happily on Solaris now.
(Sun's Gnome still needs extra patches from sun.com in order to make it possible to actually compile anything, entertainingly)
Off to the Gnome summit on Friday - first time in the US. Then Philidelphia for further Dasher evangelising, Toronto to meet the Gnome Onscreen Keyboard guys, Boston in order to visit The Other Cambridge, and then New York for a couple of days of "holiday" (where I try to see as much of a major city as possible in 48 hours).
Only a month or so left of Dasher work before I head back to academia. I'm planning on spending the time looking at features for portables and getting the GPE port back into shape, and then with a bit of luck getting the QTopia one to actually behave usefully. What larks.