who uses Telepathy?

Story: KDE Telepathy SprintTotal Replies: 4
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Apr 30, 2014
12:15 PM EDT
This is another big KDE4 Rube Goldberg construct that I hunt down and remove all the pieces, and there are a lot of them. Does it address any real needs? It installs and runs by default, and installs a systray icon. I haven't found a 'don't run at startup' option, so I just yank out everything.

Apr 30, 2014
12:23 PM EDT
Me 'n' my kids are in each other's heads way too much of the time as it is.

Oh, you mean that KDE4 app? Strange sounding name for them: doesn't have a K anywhere.

Apr 30, 2014
6:30 PM EDT
KDE4 is so last decade...

May 02, 2014
10:44 AM EDT
Telepathy provides a framework for applications to use realtime communications with chat networks.

Pretty much, what it does is allow for integrated chat much like Ubuntu has done in Unity. It can be a standalone client...but doesn't need to be.

So, there are quite a few people that use Telepathy...anyone writing apps that integrate with social networks/chat networks in Plasma on the KDE4 desktop.

May 02, 2014
1:26 PM EDT
So I see a tall man in your future. He knocks on your door. You beat the ever-loving cr@p out of him.

You post a sign on your door: No Apple salesmen.

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