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* to provide the infrastructure within KDE necessary to acheive the above two, using cross-desktop specifications and implementations wherever possible.
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==Infrastructure==
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This section contains details of all the Telepathy-in-KDE infrastructure components, and their statuses.
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===Telepathy Integration Daemon===
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===Telepathy Contacts Akonadi Resource===
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===Presence Dataengine and Plasmoid===
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===Account Management KCM===

Revision as of 17:42, 9 July 2009

Contents

Introduction

The Telepathy framework is a DBus specification which provides a cross-desktop and cross-protocol abstraction layer for instant messaging, voice/video over IP and collaborative applications. See the Telepathy web site for more information about Telepathy itself.

This project is focused on integrating Telepathy with KDE. Our high-level aims are the following:

  • to provide a unified instant messaging and voice/video communication framework within KDE, which integrates throughout the desktop experience.
  • to provide collaborative features in applications which fit seemlessly into the KDE platform
  • to provide the infrastructure within KDE necessary to acheive the above two, using cross-desktop specifications and implementations wherever possible.

Infrastructure

This section contains details of all the Telepathy-in-KDE infrastructure components, and their statuses.

Telepathy Integration Daemon

Telepathy Contacts Akonadi Resource

Presence Dataengine and Plasmoid

Account Management KCM


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