KDE Jabber Library
fritmebufstek at pandora.be
Sun Aug 4 17:53:48 BST 2002
Martijn Klingens <klingens at kde.org> writes:
> Sure, Psi is a bit more mature, but Kopete isn't that far off. And
> offers a
> whole lot of other options that make it IMSNHO far more usable.
Could you give some examples of that last statement ?
Btw. Jabber has some nice features too. The fact that it's XML
and open allows you to send special messages that aren't strictly
"messages" as in chit-chat. If you want to do that over something
like ICQ, you have to invent something like MIME for IM which allows
you to encapsulates different types of messages. Of course, there's
not much hope that MS or AOL would adopt KDE's extensions, so you're
doing non-standard stuff and no longer interoperable..
Or am i missing something here ?
> > By the way, you are aware of the fact that you can talk with other
> > protocols through jabber, right ?
> And the fact that those bridges often don't work because the
> bridging server
> is blocked by another protocol's server, yes.
Don't the Kopete plugins suffer from those practices too ?
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