Fwd: Re: msn-pecan now has direct connection support (fast file transfers)

John Bailey rekkanoryo at rekkanoryo.org
Sun Dec 30 21:01:40 EST 2007

Gary Kramlich wrote:
> John Bailey wrote:
>> What if we, after 2.4.0 is released, put a firm freeze on libpurple and say no
>> new API, features, etc. in the core until 3.0.0, and then get struct member
>> hiding done for 3.0.0?  Would this aid in gobjectifying for 4.0.0 at all?  I
>> realize this would delay the benefits of gobjects, but would it help the moving
>> target stuff at all?
>> If this would help, could we all agree to it?
> Yes, this we work very well.  And we could also follow my current plan,
> of getting plugins moved to gobjects first for 3.0.0 in this case.

Then I propose that this is exactly what we do.  Any objections?


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