gPodder 3.3.0 "Intermission" released

It's time for another great gPodder release, catching up with all the great changes that we got into the codebase in the last two months. This release includes the bugfix for the YouTube download problem that users were experiencing recently. Here's a summary of the changes:
  • Gtk UI
    • Podcast dialog: Section changing and Flattr bug (bug 1636)
    • Improvements to the Flattr Integration
  • Extensions
    • Minimize on start (bug 1633)
    • TED Talks Subtitles (pull request #9)
    • Gtk status icon (bug 1495)
    • Correct typo in the rename_download extension
  • Device Synchronization
    • Fix syncing with utf8-incompatible file names
    • Sortable dates for file names on sync device
  • Translations
    • New translation: Persian (Iran)
    • Updated translations: Basque, Galician, Hebrew, Dutch, Portuguese, Italian and German
  • YouTube Integration
    • Fix YouTube download URL resolving (bug 1665)
    • Parse error messages, improve downloading
  • Feedcore (Feed Parsing)
  • QML UI (MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan / N950 / N9)
    • Filters for unfinished downloads (bug 1655)
    • Show pubdate and file size (bug 1640)
    • Remove remaining Maemo 5 (Fremantle) support
    • Remember episode list scroll position (bug 1660)
    • Honor pause_subscription flag (bug 1641)
    • Download resuming (bug 1487)
  • New and Removed Core Features
    • Remove moving files to the "Unknown" folder (bug 1612)
    • Respect GPODDER_DOWNLOAD_DIR in the environment (bug 466)
  • Bugfixes
    • Decode enclosure filename properly (bug 1663)
    • Use sanitize_filename function (bug 1638)
    • Model: Fix update issues with custom feeds
    • Util: make object_string_formatter more robust
  • Various minor bugfixes, clean-ups and corrections

As always, a detailed changelog is available at gpodder.org/changelog/3.3.0.

Download: gpodder-3.3.0.tar.gz
md5sum: 8bc40207b74621b8ee97051d6890918d
sha1sum: e48136d5d19b4c4d2e52d54d7a805655481dff4e

For packages in distributions, see the downloads page.

Thanks to all users who supported the gPodder project by providing bug reports, patches, documentation, feedback or donations / Flattrs. Special thanks to our first-time contributors for this release: Amiad Bareli, Arne Stierman, Asier Iturralde Sarasola, Danilo Shiga, Jörg Thalheim, Maurizio Ballo, Mohammadreza Abdollahzadeh, Nikolaos Papagrigoriou and Rafi Rubin - keep those patches coming!

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