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> I just had a thought (thoes happen every once in a while). Should we do an
> AIM or ICQ thing so that we can instantly get in contact with people if they
> are online? Especially if we are working on a rather critical area, it would
> cut down on the time it takes to send an e-mail and wait for someone to read
> it. I know AIM (AOL Instant Messanger) has clients for Windows
> (http://www.aol.com/aim) and Linux (http://www.aim.aol.com/tik build using
> TCL/TK). I'm not sure if ICQ has a Linux version. Any ideas?
Plenty ICQ clones for Linux. One for KDE, one for Gnome and LICQ (we
ship but in an oooold version) who is based on Qt but is not the
official client for KDE.
Tik is one of the things I would have liked including but lacked time.
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses