KDE Jabber Library
Ian Reinhart Geiser
geiseri at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 4 00:57:53 BST 2002
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On Saturday 03 August 2002 02:28 pm, Neil Stevens wrote:
> On Saturday August 03, 2002 10:53, Ian Reinhart Geiser wrote:
> > Really though if you are looking for an extensable messageing library
> > what you really want is Kopte, we can have plugins that will support
> > anything.
> Why is that more valuable than one simple library that has close
> integration with an open system?
> With kopete, you might have 5 users all using different systems, totally
> unable to communicate with each other. With jabber, we can ensure
Ummm... why cant they communicate? How will jabber solve this?
I think your confused. Kopete will let you communcate with other protocols
open and closed. The reason why this is more favorable is that we can expand
kopetes system with much more freedom. Add to that the fact that Kopete is
being designed with the idea of being a gateway for messageing and it becomes
very attractive. With Kopetes dcop interface exposeing the messageing
internals things like Messageing someone a vcard appointment or rightclick to
send a file to someone genericly becomes quite feasable.
While psi might have a good design, the fact that its locked into one protocol
is kind of limiting. Kopete offers tighter integration with other messageing
- -ian reinhart geiser
A consultant is a person who borrows your watch, tells you what time it
is, pockets the watch, and sends you a bill for it.
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