This stable release supports kernel keyring based Kerberos accounts
The GNOME developers announced a few days ago that the first maintenance release of the stable GNOME Online Accounts 3.10 package is available for download, bringing new features, bugfixes and updated translations.GNOME Online Accounts 3.10.1 introduces support for Windows Live mail, as well as support for Kerberos accounts based on kernel keyring.
Among the bugs fixed, we can mention CPU issues with Kerberos, locks are now added when setting up timers, DOM is no longer parsed to detect access_denied, sign in errors are correctly displayed when mistyping passwords, two temporary accounts are no longer queued for a single identity, and a second Jabber account will no longer be created when adding a Facebook or Google account.
The following translations have been updated in this stable release of GNOME Online Accounts: Afrikaans, Catalan (Valencian), Persian, and Turkish. For more details, please read the official raw changelog.
Download GNOME Online Accounts 3.10.1 right now from Softpedia.