This should be our last bugfix release before 0.99, in which we will enable Audio/Video calls again, as we’ve been working hard on implementing the newest P2P protocol changes. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get a MSN as an organization, but, just like previous years, we will be generously given a slot by the Tcl/Tk community who is acting once again as an umbrella organization.What this means is that you still have until April 10th to submit an application for GSo C, and to do so, you should go the GSo C webapp and fill an application under the organization “Tcl/Tk Community” and submit your proposal for an a MSN related project.
I hope we can get good students this year who will help us improve a MSN. Some of you might have noticed that the 0.98.2 version of a MSN was never released.. The reason is simple, we planned to release a MSN 0.98.2 for so long now, we had multiple opportunities to do it and we even tagged in SVN and released a tarball with the sources of a MSN 0.98.2 twice already..
but in the end, we never made that release official!
Each time we get asked, the release is postponed for 3 months, so now I can say it's post 2020 ☺ . You can reach us on irc on the #amsn channel at freenode if you have questions about the development. Thanks to the ads that we have displayed on the a MSN website, the a MSN Team was able to gain a bit of money and we decided to donate part of that revenue to the EFF.
About the EFL frontend, I'm also an enlightenment developer so I will fix it when I'll have enough time. Before coding on a MSN2, you may want to read this forum entry that should explain everything you need to know to contribute on a MSN2.
First, there was this egyptian TV show where the girl actually said that she uses “a MSN” and that it allows her to see if someone deleted her.. It also apparently appeared in a spanish TV show too, and it will also appear in a movie in the near future! I’m just blogging to say that a MSN 0.98 will soon be released..
When we get more details, I’ll be posting up some videos and screenshots! it’s not yet ready, but we’re working on the final little details in order to make it stable! To answer popular demand, I’ve created this blog so we can keep our users more informed on what’s going on…
We are also proud to announce that the Maemo 5 platform (Nokia’s N900) is now supported. You can now choose to view your favorite website in English, French, Spanish, German or Turkish! If the website is not available in your language, don’t be shy, translate it and contribute back to the project you love!
Visit us in the forums to tell us what you think, suggest improvements or to ask us on how to proceed! Apparently, a MSN is getting more and more popular and is now being shown on TV…
It uses the papyon framework to connect to MSN servers. The EFF is a donation-funded nonprofit organization that defends our digital rights, helps promote net neutrality and raises questions about our privacy and our rights as consumers of the Internet.
It is meant to be multi-frontend so that it has a native look on the operating system you use. It fights for us in court and helps protect the digital world from big corporations who do not care about their consumers.
Now we have two choices, either use MSNP18, or disable SIP calls completely.