Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 449190
Feature Request: Support for MSN group conversations.
Last modified: 2008-06-28 15:25:26 EDT
Description of problem:
CenterIM does not support MSN group conversations in any usable way.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Invite a CenterIM client user to a group conversation from a client that
supports group conversations
2. Message from the CenterIM client
3. Message from other members
Multiple chat windows open in CenterIM and the other users' clients. Mass
A single chat window opens, preferably with a list of names on the right-hand
side, that includes the members of the group chat.
The ability to create group conversations and invite users to an existing
conversation would be nice, but that could be implemented later on.
I understand this is probably a fairly large task, and I must apologize that I
have no programming abilities apart from a little HTML and VB :P. I just want
to throw my voice out there on this. This appears to be the only feature
missing that I really would like.
If anything could be done to add/improve support for this, I would be grateful.
Thank you for anything you can do.
Thanks for the suggestion; Fedora is probably not the right place to do such a
change; please consider reporting this at: http://bugzilla.centerim.org/
For group conversation, IRC offers that capability and is generally preferred
over MSN, due to Internet standard compilance, public specification,
availability of free implemenations and widespread use.