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Release Name: 3.0 source

* Browser Switchboard now defaults to opening MicroB if there is no config 
  file -- this is a change in behavior from previous versions.  If you were
  using Browser Switchboard to launch Tear before, and hadn't made a
  configuration file, you'll now need to set Tear as your default browser
  explicitly using the UI (or by hand).
* If you are upgrading from version 2.1 of browser-proxy, please note that
  the config file has moved from /home/user/.config/browser-proxy to
  /home/user/.config/browser-switchboard.  The old location is still
  supported for now, but you may wish to rename your config file.

Changes: from 3.0rc1 to 3.0: * fix the UI so that it looks for C browser-switchboard processes to send SIGHUP to, not Python browser-switchboards * add support for EXTRA_CFLAGS in Makefiles, to allow package builds to pass additional optimization flags * replace calls to `pkg-config dbus-1` in config-ui/Makefile with calls to `pkg-config libosso` instead; asking for dbus-1 was incorrect and covering up a problem that caused maemo extras-devel autobuilds to fail from 2.2 to 3.0rc1: * reimplement the main browser-switchboard process in C, which leads to much faster startup times and much lower memory usage * implement a configuration UI, which can be used as a standalone app or as a hildon-control-panel applet * default to launching MicroB if no config file is found -- with a config UI, it's best to keep things unchanged in a fresh install and let the user configure them him/herself * EXPERIMENTAL Fremantle support

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