Time to drop the qq plugin?
microcai at fedoraproject.org
Fri Mar 25 01:00:42 EDT 2011
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On 2011年03月25日 09:13, Etan Reisner wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 01:35:44PM +1300, Eion Robb wrote:
>> As weight to the argument, there's an actively developed third party
>> prpl providing a newer version of QQ.
> We gave the openq people access to mtn (ipp.openq) when they stepped up to
> maintain the current prpl (though they have clearly stopped contributing
> to us, I'm assuming openq itself is also fairly dead).
> Do we want to consider doing that with the libqq-pidgin authors? Give them
I AM one of the libqq-pidgin maintainers.
Actually I was thinking about inform you guys about migrating the
libqq-pidgin when it get ready.
And , yeah, it works now. But due to *not upstream* so it does no exist.
Few people have tried. We need more test. And brings it to the upstream
seems to be the right choice.
People will blame pidgin if QQ crashes pidin. If pidgin really wishes to
have it merged, consider marking it as experimental.
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