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Re: debian.org Jabber server?



On Mon, 14 Oct 2002, Marek Habersack wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 14, 2002 at 10:18:55AM +1000, Daniel Stone scribbled:
> [snip]
> > > > already exists, the post is just talking about the ability to use
> > > > @debian.org addresses with Jabber.
> > > Besides jabber isn't just another IM - it can use all those
> > > protocols/services mentioned above. More, if one uses, say, GAIM, they can
> > > use it to talk to a jabber server. So, one could argue, adding jabber is
> > > (possibly) having one IM _less_ :)
> > 
> > Exactly. Ditto Kopete. :)
> > 
> > There are a whole heap of Jabber clients, and most of them (not Kopete
> > yet, tho) support agents and transports.
> I'm using gabber personally, since it was the only client claiming to
> support GPG encryption that actually supported it (with one glitch that it
> doesn't work with gpg > 1.0.6, because it uses an ugly hack to communicate
> with the gpg "server").

It's not an 'ugly hack', it's GPG's shared memory coprocessing feature.
Unfortunatly it was ifdef'ed out of 1.0.7-1 but elmo put it back into
1.0.7-2. 1.2.0-* might work too, but I didn't test that.

					yours,
					peter

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