[Bug 411170] Re: empathy doesn't indicate whether the contact is using a cellphone

Michael Jones eternalorb at gmail.com
Wed Aug 26 01:26:36 BST 2009


So my question to you, is: does the newest version of empathy have this
ability? If so, then mark the bug as invalid. If not, then it should be
added.

on ubuntu karmic, i'm currently running 2.27.4 and am upgrading to
2.27.5

is this feature added between 2.27.4 and 2.27.5?

On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 5:54 PM, Brian Curtis <bcurtiswx at ubuntu.com>
wrote:

> Thanks for your bug report and helping to make Ubuntu better.  At the
> present moment we need to know which version of Empathy and Ubuntu you
> are using.  please paste the output of the following commands into this
> bug report.  'uname -a' 'apt-cache policy empathy'
>
> ** Changed in: empathy (Ubuntu)
>       Status: New => Incomplete
>
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> empathy doesn't indicate whether the contact is using a cellphone
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/411170
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> Status in “empathy” package in Ubuntu: Incomplete
>
> Bug description:
> Binary package hint: empathy
>
> Many of my contacts on various instant messaging networks use their
> cellphones to IM. Cellphones have physical limitations to how fast you can
> type and send a message, and how quickly you can read them.
>
> Depending on whether my contact is on a cellphone at the time or not, I
> frequently will change my communication behaviour so as to not inconvenience
> them.
>
> I know that it is possible for the IM client to notify me of whether my
> contact is on a cellphone or not, as services like Meebo, and clients like
> Pidgin, or AIM (On windows) will give me this visual indication.
>
> This is a major issue for me, especially considering that some of these
> contacts pay by the message, all for the want of an icon.
>

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