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Default Gnome IM client

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Default Gnome IM client
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  271
Submitted:  Nov 2 2009

Description:

Today was unussualy boring evening, so i decided to do some brainstorm :P .
This is how the default gnome IM client should look like. (Because look of Pidgin is Horrible, and look of Empathy is even worse). My inspiration was Jabbim and Miranda.



License:
It is free to copy, redistribute, modify, and use as design of the default gnome IM client ;)

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 by MastroPino on: Nov 3 2009
 
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Because look of Pidgin is Horrible

are u mad?

Pidgin is the best IM client c'mon, ur app look like emesene!


I am a citizen of the world, there are not boundary for me =]
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 Re: ._.

 
 by deafboy on: Nov 3 2009
 
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I like the look of emesene and also Windows Live Messenger. I did not said that Pidgin is bad, I just think it's design is... too simple.


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 Re: ._.

 
 by deafboy on: Nov 3 2009
 
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And if there was a lot of plugins like miranda have, it will be fine. But yes, it is not problem of pidgin, but problem of smal number of plugin developers. If i know any serious programing language, i can write some... (or modify the original code of pidgin)

And there is not a central place for pidgin plugins. (As far as i know) I have also idea how that page will look like:
http://deafboy.cicolina.org/igelitka/pidgin-plugins.png


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 Interesting idea

 
 by hitmansnightmare on: Nov 3 2009
 
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But it's nothing a good theme pack can't fix.


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 Grid contact view

 
 by chareos on: Nov 3 2009
 
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Actually, I'd love a grid contact like in
Synapse
http://synapse.im/images/synapse-promo2.png


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 Re: Grid contact view

 
 by deafboy on: Nov 3 2009
 
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Synapse looks great, but it seems that project is dead more then half a year. (Acording to last testing version and date of forum topics) And it is not working on my 9.10.


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 mm

 
 by Glaedr on: Jan 4 2010
 
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I think that the extreme simplicity of Pidgin &co is very userful for many people, but it's also why lost of user of closed OS leave GNOME after a month of use.
There should be an option, a radiobutton in the View menu...


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