On Wednesday 18 of September 2013 20:35:38 Reindl Harald wrote:
Am 18.09.2013 20:01, schrieb Rex Dieter:
> On 09/18/2013 12:58 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
>> ktp finally pulls gtk-dep
> Like what?
maybe this has changed in F19
52 MB is still far too much for a messenger given that
Apache/PHP does fit in this space and is much more complex
the last time i tried it because kopete for now does not support
filetransfers i was unable to connect to facebookchat
That might have been because of Facebook migrating to new servers - many
people had problems. Now it works again.
or our own jabber server
That's weird. Maybe you need to disable SSL, or enable "Ignore SSL errors"?
and the fact that it does not minimize to systray
and close the contact list doe snot behave like kopete makes it
unuseable for me
If the concern is about staying online, when KTp contactlist is closed you are
/not/ disconnected. The connection is maintained by Telepathy in the
You can also add "Presence Applet" to systray, which will show your presence
(status), allows to change it via popup menu and when you left-click the
applet, it will open the contact list (so you get effectively the same behavior
as with Kopete). Additionally there's a Plasma applet with contact list that
can be nicely embedded into the panel so you don't even need to open a new
with what i could libe is kopete using telepathy backends
and not change the user interface/behaviour with only really
needed dependencies (gnupnp is nothing i want on my systems)
Not sure how that would help - most of the 52MB is taken by Telepathy and it's
dependencies. KTp itself is quite small (and you can uninstall parts you don't
Looking at the dependencies, it's a bit unfortunate that ktp-accounts-kcm
pulls in so many Telepathy backends - most people could probably do just with
Also please note that Kopete is considered unmaintained (although there were a
few patches in 4.11) and it's future (longterm) is unclear.
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