On Tuesday 20 September 2011 21:49:40 Timothy Pearson wrote: > >> And what use is an instant messenger that does not support Yahoo? > > > > I don't know, I do not use Yahoo personally. It has multiple > > other plugins. > > I didn't really expect an answer to this question. Most users here would > expect an instant messenger to work with MSN and Yahoo--Kopete does! Nobody uses Yahoo or MSN here though. > >> As a project with limited resources we do not support applications that: > >> a.) Are maintained upstream > >> b.) Have standalone replacements that fully include the feature set of > >> the > >> application in question I would prefer to use an application that is integrated with my desktop. > >> c.) Would utilise an unusual amount of Trinity developer resources to > >> maintain, especially applications where there are legal problems or b.) > >> above applies. > >> d.) Have a very low user base under Trinity. I don't think user base of Trinity is large anyway. > > I just asked you, whether you have it, not why you do not have it. > I know. :-) I just thought this was a good time to post some policy on > what applications are included in Trinity.