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(Project idea) Kaim

  

KDE Chat Application

Score 42%
Downloads:  702
Submitted:  May 22 2005

Description:

Hello
As you probably know, there's an excellent GTK based IM client called Gaim. How about making a KDE/Qt version of Gaim? One that integrates well into KDE, and the various aspects of KDE. I'm not a programmer, but I hope others who are reading this are interested in doing this. ;)
The download file I attached is a screenshot of Gaim with 'gtk-engines-gtk-qt' that makes GTK apps look like KDE apps, but as you clearly see, it still doesn't integrate well, nor looks as good as a regular KDE app.
In my opinion, Kopete really can't 'kompete' with Gaim. Gaim supports more networks, has loads of plugins like festival (speech synth that reads your incoming messages) and encryption (obvious). It's a lot more actively developed and you can expect at least one new version per month (although usually two), it's the best and most popular multi-platform IM client.
A KDE compatible version would be great for KDE (but not good for Kopete lol).
Please do create Kaim. I know over 43 KDE users who don't like kopete at all. It shouldn't be too hard, considering both KDE and Gaim are open source ;)
Happy coding, and may the source be with you :D




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 C != C++

 
 by wizactive on: May 23 2005
 
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Not only the difference between gtk and qt. KDE is programmed in C++ and Gaim with C. That "++" counts alot. So you can't just port Gaim. You need to rewrite and design the code.

So it would be easier to fork kopete... maybe you should just learn to write code youself before referring to lazyness of developers when suggesting insane projects without doing any research(like is the porting even possible).


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 Gaim works on KDE

 
 by tux86 on: Aug 20 2005
 
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I am using Gaim on KDE at the moment. Dunno why it is working. Maybe i am having the needed gnome-libraries. i think there have to be more than 45 users who do not like kopete for programming kaim...


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 porting it

 
 by sindbad1900 on: Dec 30 2006
 
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it doesn't really need porting. as of 2.0beta4, the gaim core and gui are completely separate. a c++ gui can certainly be made. hell it can even be written in python. all we need is someone with enough time and expertise to do it. maybe the developer of kopete?


pff! did you actually believe me?!
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 qutim

 
 by merphy3 on: Jul 27 2009
 
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Try to use qutim.
You can find it on this site.


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