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    1 0.8.1 (2020-09-19)
    2     - fix user email lookups in ~/.email-reminders
    3     - deal with invalid day inputs
    4     - fix perl warning for anniversaries without a year
    5     - fix perl warning with Monthly events on the 31st of the month
    6     - make all collect-reminders and send-reminders output UTF-8
    7 
    8 0.8.0 (2020-09-10)
    9     - rewrite GUI editor using Qt For Python 5
   10 
   11 0.7.8 (2014-10-09)
   12     - remove author wishes functionality
   13     - add keywords to the .desktop file
   14     - remove noise in test output
   15 
   16 0.7.7 (2014-01-27)
   17     - update URL for the email-reminder homepage
   18     - update author email address
   19     - fix tests to work with a recent version of Perl
   20 
   21 0.7.6 (2010-01-31)
   22     - fix to make yearless events work again (thanks to Will Berriss!)
   23     - more tolerant parsing of config options (yes/no, true/false now supported)
   24 
   25 0.7.5 (2009-03-11)
   26     - fix anniversary reminders not been sent if they have a special name
   27     - email a warning message for occurring events which can't be processed
   28     - use the correct recipient name in the salutation when the reminder is not
   29       going to a third-party
   30     - no longer require the Net::SMTP::SSL module
   31     - update author email address
   32     - option to send birthday wishes to the email-reminder author
   33 
   34 0.7.4 (2008-11-20)
   35     - support for SSL SMTP servers
   36     - removed "No reminders found for..." message unless verbose is set
   37     - added lots of tests from Andy Chilton
   38     - update homepage URL in the footer of emails
   39 
   40 0.7.3 (2008-04-13)
   41     - subject line is now properly encoded as UTF-8
   42     - don't bother untainting the home directory of system user accounts
   43     - allow dots in user home directories
   44     - debugging output is now UTF-8 encoded
   45     - removed warning in monthly events validation
   46 
   47 0.7.2 (2008-02-21)
   48     - fixed a bug where the reminders file would not be saved in the UTF-8 encoding
   49       and hence would not be read by the XML parser
   50     - support UTF-8 characters in emails sent out
   51     - removed unnecessary "Encoding" from the example desktop file
   52     - added doap.xml description file to the tarball
   53     - only display the "non-writable file" warning when editing the file
   54 
   55 0.7.1 (2008-01-12)
   56     - warn when the configuration file cannot be read because of permission problems
   57     - fix a taint error while connecting to the SMTP server
   58 
   59 0.7.0 (2007-12-11)
   60     - create a new collect-reminders utility so that send-reminders can be run
   61       without root privileges
   62     - added support for SMTP servers requiring authentication
   63     - report SMTP server errors in send-reminders
   64     - enable taint mode on both cron job scripts
   65     - make use of the 3-parameter open() function
   66     - removed warning in weekly events validation
   67 
   68 0.6.0 (2007-08-13)
   69     - release under the GPL v3
   70     - add monthly and weekly recurrences
   71     - in the example cron job (INSTALL), don't output an error message when 
   72       the script cannot be found
   73 
   74 0.5.7 (2007-05-29)
   75     - add the date field to emails that we send out since some MTAs don't 
   76       include that field (patch by Ron Guerin)
   77 
   78 0.5.6 (2005-12-11)
   79     - support for sending the events to multiple email addresses throught the
   80       <recipients> ... </recipients> tag list
   81     - display the full date of the occurence in advance notifications 
   82       (also fixes a bug with events w/o starting years)
   83     - fixed typo in anniversary reminders
   84     - update FSF's mailing address
   85 
   86 0.5.5 (2005-08-26)
   87     - display the date of the occurence in advance notifications
   88 
   89 0.5.4 (2005-06-07)
   90     - fix the name of the global config file so that system configuration 
   91       is actually taken into account 
   92 
   93 0.5.3 (2005-04-25)
   94     - add support for the <reminder-name> and <reminder-email> tags
   95       which allows for different events to be sent to different accounts
   96     - fix problems with events set on February 29th
   97 
   98 0.5.2 (2005-01-31)
   99     - fix email subject when sending advance notice of a birthday
  100     - add version number and project URL to signature
  101 
  102 0.5.1 (2004-09-08)
  103     - fix the cron job so that it can find the send-reminders script
  104 
  105 0.5.0 (2004-09-07)
  106     - Initial public release
  107     - custom data stores for lists (improves save speed)
  108     - support birthdays and anniversaries without years
  109     - normalize the date as entered by the user
  110     - licensing everything on the GPL
  111     - user documentation
  112 
  113 0.2.0 (2004-08-11)
  114     - Second private release
  115     - select "same day" reminder by default
  116     - gray out the spin button while "in advance" checkbox is disabled
  117     - automatically fill-in the user's Full Name if possible
  118     - ignore invalid email addresses
  119     - warn about exiting with empty email address
  120     - when some fields are not set, don't mention them in the email
  121     - when send-reminder is not run as root, it looks only at the user's events
  122     - add a test button to run send-reminders in the GUI
  123     - ship a GNOME menu icon
  124 	
  125 0.1.0 (2004-07-01)
  126     - Initial private release