|Summary:||ASTERISK-07739: MS Live Messenger Channel|
|Reporter:||Vincent de Groot (vdegroot)||Labels:|
|Date Opened:||2006-09-13 10:06:29||Date Closed:||2011-06-07 14:02:51|
|Description:||I hope somebody will develop an (open source) Asterisk channel for|
MS Live Messenger (new name for MSN) http://messenger.live.com
Technically it is possible, check solution at:
Maybe a legal issue?
Thanks in advance!
|Comments:||By: Matt Riddell (zx81) 2006-09-13 10:14:18|
If you can do GTalk, and there is software to bridge it to MSN, what is the point of an Asterisk channel?
By: Vincent de Groot (vdegroot) 2006-09-13 10:25:57
@ZX81: A native solution is better because of less processor/memory load, less delay in signal, less maintenance, no need to create a Google-account and run a seperate client like Gtalk.
Which open source product (not third party service) can bridge between Gtalk and MSN? Does it run on linux, do you need a running Gtalk client for it?
By: Serge Vecher (serge-v) 2006-09-13 12:25:53
Support for this has been requested before and I believe there is an open bounty for the feature on the wiki at voip-info.org. If you want to see this implemented in Asterisk, either contribute to the bounty, develop the doe yourself, or wait for this to be implemented. I am going to suspend this issue for now, but please feel free to reopen when either you or another developer are ready to submit a disclaimed patch that implements this. Thanks.