It's been a while that I sent a project status update... and no-one has
complained about that. Are these kind of summary emails useful? Answer
with "yes" and as a reward you'll get more of them in the future ;-)
What should be summarized?
One reason for not writing earlier was that I felt that the major news
items (like SyncEvolution 0.9.1) were public knowledge anyway. The other
reason was that development continued at full speed, leaving no time to
stop and contemplate what had been achieved.
So, without further ado:
* SyncEvolution 0.9.1 released. Some issues in it where found, but
nothing fatal and nothing that cannot be worked around 
* Reorganized feature plan for SyncEvolution 1.0. It's not visible
in the Bugzilla overview  because we kept several issues
open, but enough of this already works so that we can probably
call it a 1.0 alpha next week without being laughed at.
* Direct synchronization with a phone via Bluetooth works - sort
of. It works well enough to determine that this particular phone
SyncML implementation is crap.
* obexd 0.19 includes the plugin which redirects SyncML connection
requests and data into SyncEvolution 1.x.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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