[Telepathy] Early draft of Telepathy-People architecture
travis.reitter at collabora.co.uk
Thu Apr 22 08:27:26 PDT 2010
Some of the broad ideas are shared with the People Project (mainly
aggregating people from multiple types of back-ends), but the project
seems to be abandoned.
The Last Modified column on this page sort of sums it up:
On Thu, 2010-04-22 at 08:28 +0200, Guilhem Bonnefille wrote:
> My though: this is a really good idea to bring such feature. Nowadays,
> computer become more and more a simple terminal to connect our
> 'virtual' ssocial network. So, an aggregator for address-book is
> really usefull.
> One question: do you base your work on the people-project?
> 2010/4/22 Travis Reitter <travis.reitter at collabora.co.uk>:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I'm working on a high-level library, named libtelepathy-people, to make
> > people-based applications a lot easier to write.
> > The general idea is there will be a number of back-ends (initially
> > Telepathy connection managers, but eventually other types of storage,
> > like Evolution Data Server, Facebook, what-have-you) and
> > Telepathy-People will assemble and notify about full people (made up of
> > metadata from one or more sources). These people objects
> > (Tpp.Individuals) will give applications easy access to peoples'
> > metadata and make it easy to communicate with them.
> > I've written up an early, high-level overview here (with links to the
> > current source):
> > http://telepathy.freedesktop.org/wiki/Telepathy-People
> > Thoughts?
> > Thanks,
> > -Travis
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