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:
This section contains details of all the Telepathy-in-KDE infrastructure components, and their statuses.
This is a small light-weight daemon that monitors the Telepathy Account Manager and keeps ensures that all Accounts are recorded in Nepomuk as NCO:Contact instances of "myself" and that they each have a Telepathy Contacts Akonadi Resource instance.
It could possibly be made into a KDED module, but I'm not sure if this is a good idea. Grundleborg
The bare bones are implemented, but the Nepomuk part is blocking on standardising the Ontologies for telepathy specific stuff and how to access the "myself" PIMO:Person through Nepomuk. The Akonadi part is blocking on some connection managers actually supporting the o.fd.T.Connection.Interface.ContactInfo interface.
Source code can be found in KDE svn at: