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|<span class='date'>2018-10-22</span>: **Meet Schleuder devs in Hamburg**. For everyone located in or near Hamburg, Germany (or willing to travel): Next Friday evening the Schleuder development team will meet in a bar in Hamburg, and would be pleased to have a chat with you! There is no program, just time to sit around, discuss ideas, ask questions, and have some drinks or food. Friday, 2018-10-26, from 7pm (UTC+2), at Feldstern (Sternstrasse 2, Hamburg, Germany).|
|<span class='date'>2018-09-04</span>: **Schleuder 3.3.0 released!** This release contains a few bug fixes and improvements: Missing arguments to keywords are now properly handled, and also more helpful error messages are provided; "Protected Headers" now are handled in a way that Thunderbird/Enigmail recognize; we also introduced a new keyword to remove a fingerprint from a subscription, and protected X-SET-FINGERPRINT better against accidental mis-use. Additionally the pseudoheaders now fully depend on the 'headers_to_meta' configuration-option, including 'sig' and 'enc'; in effect you can now also have a fully empty pseudoheaders-block, which might come in handy for newsletters. Thanks to all contributors! Packages for Debian and CentOS will be released soon. For all details please see the [changelog](https://0xacab.org/schleuder/schleuder/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#330-2018-09-04).|
|<span class='date'>2018-05-14</span>: **Schleuder 3.2.3 released!** This release fixes some bugs, e.g. with emails sent by Thunderbird/Enigmail with "protected subjects" (they are not leaked anymore and keywords can be found again). Also error messages are converted into human readable text now, instead of giving their class-name. And we moved the project to our own domain, schleuder.org! For all details please see the [changelog](https://0xacab.org/schleuder/schleuder/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#323-2018-05-14). Packages for Debian and CentOS will follow as soon as possible. *This release is **not** related to "efail" (a disclosure of vulnerabilities in email-programs that handle encrypted HTML-messages).*|