msn-pecan 0.1 good enough?
felipe.contreras at gmail.com
Sun Mar 21 18:16:39 UTC 2010
On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 12:37 PM, Felipe Contreras
<felipe.contreras at gmail.com> wrote:
> All in all, I don't see any future in libpurple's stock MSN plugin,
> and I don't think Adium should stick with it, specially since it's the
> most popular service. Besides, msn-pecan does have a plan forward
> , while Pidgin doesn't. And finally, if you find any problems with
> msn-pecan, they will be tackled eventually for sure.
I just saw some answers on the web interface of the mailing list. I'm
not subscribed, so please CC me.
Chris Forsythe: msn-pecan is not 1.0 because it still needs at lot of
work (IMO), in order to be a standalone library using good networking
primitives (GIO), and easy to plug in to different frameworks such as
libpurple and Telepathy.
However, that's irrelevant, what matters is how it compares to
libpurple's stock prpl.
Stephen Holt: that "feature regressions" argument sounds like FUD;
it's something that people say, but it's not really true.
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