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Re: Yahoo chat client for Debian

On May 30, 3:00 am, Ron Johnson <ron.l.john...@cox.net> wrote:
> On 05/29/07 14:56, Paul Johnson wrote:
> > KS wrote in Article <465C6880.2020...@fastmail.fm> posted to
> > gmane.linux.debian.user:
> >> arnuld wrote:
> >>>> On 5/29/07, Ron Johnson <ron.l.john...@cox.net> wrote:
> >>> ok and i searched the whole Debian lists for keyword "multimedia" :-(
> >> Why did you search "multimedia" on debian lists?
> >>>> Have you tried Gaim/Pigdin?
> >>> GAIM does not have voice-chat. will check what is Pigdin.
> >> Pigdin is the new "name" of GAIM. If you check gaim.sf.net there should
> >> be announcement for the name change.
> > Then there's Psi, which has a psi-jingle branch right now, and is built on
> > the open instant messaging standard.  Why not support the open standard
> > instead of stupid stopgap measures that ultimately ensures continued IM
> > noninteroperability?
> Because you still want to talk to your non-geek friends, all of whom
> use XP or OS X?
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USe Ekiga (gnome) or Twinkle(kde)  or any other SIP client to voice
chat with your friends in yahoo, msn or google talk. Simply use the
gateway provided by gtalk2voip

For example, to voice chat with yahoo user, place a SIP call to

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