Hello everyone,

Firstly, I want to express kudos for Gajim, which is great!  Please keep up the 
good work, and I can see that good progress continues to be made as the months 
and years pass by.  I think Gajim has a bright future.

I hope I'm posting to the right place.  This seems like the only possible place 
to post, considering that I can't access Gajim's list archives here (permission 
denied):
http://www.lagaule.org/pipermail/gajim-devel/

...nor can I enter the XMPP conference room "ga...@conference.gajim.org" within 
Gajim itself, because the conference room is consistently "overactive".

I'm trying to get any first-hand account of how well Gajim works on the $35 
Raspberry Pi 2 (especially wrt audio/video capabilities):

"How does the Gajim XMPP IM app work?"
http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=98367&start=375#p696970

Has anyone here thoroughly tried Gajim on the Raspberry Pi 2?  What works?  
What doesn't?  What's the performance like?  Any feedback or anecdotal 
explanations would be appreciated.

Also Note: FWIW, I've written a thorough step-by-step tutorial on the Raspberry 
Pi's Forum about using Gajim (for noobs), especially to take advantage of BOSH:

"Setting up an XMPP account (with BOSH on port 443) HOWTO":
http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=99642&p=697921#p697921

Note: I'm in an unusually tricky position where I can't get my hands on a 
Raspberry Pi 2 myself (at least not any time soon), even though the price is 
certainly right.  But I am cheering for the success both Gajim and the 
Raspberry Pi 2, and I have done what little I can to help them.  

I think Gajim could be a "killer app" for the Raspberry Pi 2, as it seems 
lightweight enough that it might just barely perform well.  Perhaps a 
"Raspberry Pi 2 + Gajim" appliance might even be a viable product idea one day 
(especially once they release their new Raspberry Pi-specific video display 
within the next few months).  That's my hope.
Cheers,
Esbeeb
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