[Telepathy] implementation of new XEP's
akulichalexander at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 08:09:13 PDT 2015
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I can't say for Telepathy-glib, but I'm actively work on TelepathyQt.
Currently I focus on service bindings, but I'm planning to improve
client-side bindings and specifications as well.
Are you speaking about Telepathy specification or about Telepathy
jabber connection manager? I'm very new to the xmpp protocol, but as I
just read, we can mostly (without section 9) enable XEP-0280 support
without changes in the telepathy specs.
XEP-0313 requires something new in our specs. I have to do it for my
Telegram connection manager, but currently it is a long-term goal.
Recently we started development of TelepathyQt-based connection
manager for xmpp protocol. We're based on QXmpp library, which have a
fork which declare XEP-0280/XEP-0313 as implemented. I can't say when
the CM would be done, as there is a number of other insistent
I organized some of TelepathyQt projects on
, so you can watch them if you want.
On Sun, Jun 7, 2015 at 8:25 PM, Steven Roose <stevenroose at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone
> I'd like to know if Telepathy is still maintained. There are some new XEP's
> published the last two years and Telepathy didn't implement any of them.
> Especially Message Carbons (XERP-0280) and Message Archive Management
> (XEP-0313). This XEPs make Jabber a lot more usable in a multi-device
> situation. With the advent and popularity of mobile devices, it is quite a
> must to have.
> Since several Jabber clients are implemented using Telepathy, their
> developers are waiting for Telepathy to implement the standards in order to
> be able to support this features in their own products.
> Hopefully this triggers someone to take a look at the new standard documents
> and take some time to implement them. They really take the quality of using
> Jabber to a higher level!
> Myself, I'm not familiar with the Telepathy code, but I'd be happy to help
> by pointing to some existing implementations of the new standards.
> Thanks in advance
> Steven Roose
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> telepathy at lists.freedesktop.org
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