I can't speak for the developers, but from what I know of Gajim it isn't aspiring to be a multiprotocol instant messaging client. Gajim gets it's ability to talk to users on other instant messaging networks by using the Jabber/XMPP protocol to talk to special gateways (known as transports).
CSpace users could use a similar method to connect to other instant messaging services from the native CSpace client. I'd also suggest creating a CSpace plug-in for Gaim. Gaim is designed to support many different instant messaging protocols through the use of plugins. On Fri, 2006-08-04 at 19:39 +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > there is a new p2p serverless Instant Messenger out: > Open, Pyhton, excrypting everything. > > Would it be possible that GA JIM developers integrate this Messenger Protocol > and system / Gui as well in GAJIM ?? > > Then Cspace users, which need a gateway to AOL MSN JAbber etc, could use > GAJIM. And the CSpace Developers could keep the Cspace free from GATEWAYS,w > hich woudl only bloat their software now, as we need a secure only > environment and a Cspace only client. > > So Gajim with Cspace support would be perfect, maybe you could have a look at > the python code and integrate it in Gajim, > > here is the website, see as well the Trac-Wiki with Suggestions and the > Mailinglist about the gateways... > > http://Cspace.in > > if you want to contact the developers, use the CC mailers.
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