On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 17:04:00 -0400, Eric Polino wrote
> Following is a list of protocols supported by Gaim and the privacy
> features I was able to gather from their native clients. It also
> speaks a little of how Gaim is missing certain features and supports
> other already.
* snip, see
> A lot of this is based on what Gaim supports and then dealing with
> the privacy of those features. Nonetheless, I feel there are enough
> options missing across these few protocols and potentially more if
> research can be done in the few I was unable to do them for.
> I would like to propose working on improving Gaim's privacy support
> and documenting those improvements.
That's a pretty awesome list of privacy features. It doesn't look likely that
we'll have a summer of code student working on privacy this year, so if you
have free time then don't be bashful about throwing together UI mockups or
something for a new privacy dialog :-)
(Sorry, I can't comment on the status of your summer of code proposal.)