I want to ask hereby whether SIM-ICQ (a ICQ client for KDE3/Qt) could be added
to Red Hat Linux as package.
At present I maintain the Red Hat Linux RPM for SIM-ICQ and I think the
program is very nice, efficient and good :)
By the way: Release 0.9.0 comes in foreseeable time.
But if SIM-ICQ is added to Red Hat Linux, I would like to maintain the package
further on... ;-)
How do you think about it?
Homepage of SIM-ICQ: http://sim icq.sourceforge.net
Sorry, typing mistake:
Closing bugs on older, no longer maintained, releases. Apologies for
any lack of response.
This sounds like something better suited for Fedora Extras: