XSF Communications Team - 2020-06-02


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  27. emus I would like to replace the wiki link in the MUC description by: https://github.com/xsf/xmpp.org/pull/706
  28. emus Evtl. you can add Archive: Wiki-Link
  29. emus SouL
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  32. emus wurstsalat: Can I treat the XEP section as complete? Or is something missing in you view?
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  35. peetah emus: since xsf application due date is today, is it really relevant keep it in May newsletter ?
  36. emus Thanks, no I thinks a copy past from the previous verison
  37. peetah is there a reason for gajim part not to be in the clients and applications section ?
  38. emus thank you SouL
  39. peetah emus: so I edited the file on your repo and sent the changes . Now I have a page "comparing changes" with "create pull request" button
  40. peetah do you see my changes somewhere or do I have to click on the "create pull request" button ?
  41. emus try create
  42. emus then I will take a look
  43. peetah thanks, done
  44. emus peetah: Ah perfect. May you just remove Alexanders part. I think you edited while I deleted it already
  45. peetah ok
  46. peetah done
  47. emus peetah: Thank you very much, merged!
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  57. wurstsalat emus: yes, there hasn't been any update since then I think. peetah one is about a release, the other thing is a blog post (these go in two different sections, at least it was this way before)
  58. emus ok thx
  59. wurstsalat emus: just checked my mail, there have been updates today (but I'd say it's June already)
  60. emus Yes, leave it then for the next one
  61. wurstsalat yep!
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  75. emus may someone try to write a proper news sentence on this? https://blog.agayon.be/errol_update1.html
  76. emus you can write here and I will put it to the newsletter if thats more convieient for you
  77. emus you can write here and I will put it to the newsletter if thats more comfortable for you
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  89. emus Apart from that. If no one has any other News to add I am opening for final review
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  103. peetah emus: the python based XMPP automatic file sender has been updated to v2.0.1 which modernizes its async i/o calls, adds more privacy and, in addition to Linux, theoretically extends its support to Windows, Mac OS X and FreeBSD thanks to the use of watchdog in place of aionotify.
  104. peetah emus: the python based XMPP automatic file sender Errol has been updated to v2.0.1 which modernizes its async i/o calls, adds more privacy and, in addition to Linux, theoretically extends its support to Windows, Mac OS X and FreeBSD thanks to the use of watchdog in place of aionotify.
  105. peetah emus: the python based XMPP automatic file sender Errol has been updated to v2.0.1 which modernizes its async i/o calls, adds more privacy and, in addition to Linux, theoretically extends its support to Windows, Mac OS X and FreeBSD by moving from aionotify to use the better maintained watchdog.
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  109. emus Thank you!
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