QUOTE(koen @ Jul 12 2005, 01:51 PM)
Well, 'normal' GAIM is per definition at gaim.sf.net. Anyway, you'll probably need to install the protocol plugins ('ipkg install gaim-protocol-msn') to get msn working. I can confirm msn, irc and jabber work with the stock GAIM from the OZ feed (and Familiar feeds too)
Ok, I'm admittedly a bit confused now. Here's what I've learned, and remaining questions. Please let me know if any of this doesn't jive with your info...
The normal Gaim is at http://gaim.sourceforge.net/downloads.php
however there is no reference to any embedded versions, so I'm assuming that it can't easily be installed on a Z. It is geared to full Linux distros (FC, Debian, etc..)
There is an embedded version of Gaim at http://qpe-gaim.sourceforge.net/
which although installable on the Z requires a nasty symlink workaround, and does not support current MSN or Yahoo protocols. I don't know if the other features work as the protocol issues were a show-stopper for me. There have been no updates to the packages since 2003 or so, and development activity seems to be nil.
The version of Gaim that is in OZ/Opie 3.5.3 feed is a modified version of qpe-gaim, supports Yahoo, AIM, MSN, but not tabbed chat windows or away (status) messages. Sound alert works, but the sound is not configurable.
The version of Gaim that is in the OZ/GPE 3.5.3 feed... <here's where I need help>
(1) Does it support AIM, MSN and Yahoo?
(2) Does it have multiple tabbed chat windows?
(3) Does it support sound alerts? Are they configurable?
(4) Does it support away (status) messages?
Thanks in advance.