» Posts Tagged ‘Pidgin’
26Jan Empathy’s auto-away
Empathy‘s literally sending the user away with this kind of support. On how to disable the auto-away feature, you can read in the FAQ: How can I disable idling / auto-away? Switch to Pidgin. (not really, missing documentation) Guess I really should stick with pidgin.. Edit: For that and more, I’m back to pidgin!
04May pidgin.im Redesigned
The old gaim has got more than just a new name. It has got itself a new mascot! Guess what, a pidgin! I’ve just discovered it in the redesigned pidgin.im website. I really have to try it and see these new changes!
Pidgin, previously know has Gaim, has just reached 2.0.0beta7. This appears to be the last beta release, before the the final 2.0, which will be released, probably, by the end of this week. Being Gaim one of the most used IM clients in Linux, I’ll be looking forward to see how improved this new version […]
08Apr Gaim has become Pidgin
Probably, every Linux user out there knows GAIM, the instant messaging client for Linux. Well, due to some legal problems with AOL, this great project has changed it’s name to Pidgin. The story was covered in slashdot. They now have a new URL, pidgin.im. GAIM Pidgin is a fast and light IM client, best integrated […]