Kopete ain't got no Jingle support
apachelogger at ubuntu.com
Mon Jun 1 18:01:14 BST 2009
On Montag, 1. Juni 2009 10:42:48 Jussi Kekkonen wrote:
> Hi Harald
> 2009/5/31 Harald Sitter <apachelogger at ubuntu.com>:
> > Quoting from kdenetwork's buildlog
> > " * libortp (0.13 or higher)
> > <http://www.linphone.org/index.php/eng/code_review/ortp>
> > oRTP provides an API to send rtp packets
> > Needed to build Jingle support in Kopete."
> > libortp is built from linphone, getting that into main is proably quite a
> > PITA, so we might investigate getting the independent ortp source into
> > the archives and make linphone not build libortp (though if possibly
> > linphone should also use the independent libortp as well).
> > So, someone should
> > a) check whether it makes sense to try getting linphone into main, if so
> > write a MIR
> > b) if not, get in touch with the debian voip team and invstigate the
> > possibility of making linphone use an indepent libortp
> > c) whatever path its gonna be, for karmic we should have jingle support
> > built
> > :)
> > Volunteers?
> > On related note:
> > * libknotificationitem <>
> > The KDE4 implementation of the experimental next-gen systray protocol
> > Provides enhanced systray in KGet.
> > * Strigi <>
> > Metadata extraction
> > Needed to get metadata for .torrent files
> > * libgadu (1.8.0 or higher) <http://toxygen.net/libgadu/>
> > A library providing support for Gadu-Gadu protocol
> > Required for Kopete Gadu-Gadu protocol
> > * libv4l2 <http://hansdegoede.livejournal.com/3636.html>
> > Collection of video4linux support libraries
> > Required for better webcam support
> > 1) ought to be an ustream issue I guess
> > 2) missing dep it appears
> > 3+4) both should be in main if I am not mistaken
> from KDE svn:
> kdenetwork$ svnlastlog kopete/protocols/CMakeLists.txt
> r975066 | casanova | 2009-05-29 22:14:23 +0300 (pe, 29 touko 2009) | 2
> Don't compile Jingle by default, it's already deprecated and sound has
> fluidity problems.
> So, should we keep pushing Jingle or wait (googletalk and/or) XMPP to
> update the specs and Kopete devs to implement it?
Hm, that is interesting.
I actually think that the commit is meant to say that the jingle
implementation in Kopete is deprecate. So, we might as well wait. Though
waiting means 4.4 (more likely 4.5), when Kopete uses Decibel (i.e.
Anyway, considering upstream doesn't like the current one we should probably
not push Jingle in the package at this point, but instead push the switch to
Decibel along (that however would require devoting development resources to
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