List of Changes for Gabber 2 jabberoo - possibly switch to JECL's event system - wrap events to libsigc++ (possibly in separate lib?) - dynamically link or static? - make sure browsing is in and is cool prefs - Use GConf - no need to cache things locally - hook into the changed signals where appropriate and use them - group the hidden config values under an advanced directory? - generalize sound settings (events) beyond Just GNOME - Allow any command to be run - generalize to the point of having an event API? - plugin system?? text widget - get rid of evil evil xtext - let me repeat, WE'RE NOT USING XTEXT - would GtkTextView or gtkhtml2 be better? - investigate possibility of XHTML-Basic and CSS1 support - XHTML-Basic and CSS1 display and generation will be needed - since I wrote the spec, I need to support it... - gtkhtml1 does not generate nice enough HTML... - nor does it support CSS - gleblanc tells me gtkhtml2 is unmaintained - right-click menus should be consistent and existent everywhere - spell check? - a lot of users like this feature in gabber1... docklet - we need one - really, it's not just my want, we NEED one - gnome2 doesn't have anything - that can be started from a non-panel application - ARGH commandline options - figure out what is *needed* - look into CORBA support or something to allow for gabber remote: - gabber --message firstname.lastname@example.org "hello julian" - or something of the like - gabber --adduser email@example.com encryption - either remove GPG support completely - or switch to GPGME (assuming it actually works) - temas should get going on the new Jabber encryption standard - and we should support that primarily backend - separate MessageManager into: - queue generic objects (presence, message, errors, etc) - message router (figures out message stuff and sends to queue) - ErrorManager - figure out a better way to handle errors nicely - move many things to be more iq:browse-based
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