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:
This is an Akonadi Resource that synchronises the contacts of a Telepathy Account into Akonadi as vcards. The instances of this resource are managed by the telepathy-integration-daemon mentioned above.
Partially implemented. Requires some Telepathy CM's to implement the org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Connection.Interface.ContactInfo.DRAFT interface to complete it, since we shouldn't try and support legacy CM's which don't support that interface.
The code can be found in the KDE svn playground at the following URL: