Adium Still Supported

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Adium Still Supported

Postby spinster » Wed Jan 02, 2019 4:24 pm

My organization is predominantly using a XMPP client compatible with Windows. I want to continue using Adium for OSx but was informed that Adium does not verify server identity and therefore not secure enough. Anyone know if this is true?

Is Adium still being supported and developed?

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Re: Adium Still Supported

Postby Robby » Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:49 am

Hi spinster, no programming work has been done in a good while.

Parts our of the website broke in 2017 and some contributors are working to fix things.

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Re: Adium Still Supported

Postby Simba Cub » Tue Apr 30, 2019 10:34 pm

It's a pity - I loved Adium. But the death knell was sounded when MSN Messenger and Facebook Messenger both packed their bags and said goodbye to the circus. Yahoo! too.

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Re: Adium Still Supported

Postby yarco » Mon Jun 10, 2019 5:25 am

Yeah! Me, too. I still love Adium. But I think even open source project should do 3/10 business for its living. Also for commercial products, it requires to keep 3/10 free usage (like for education or other purposes), then the project could keep longer -- it is a theorem in my mind.

Ha~ Seems the first post after I registered here 9 years ago.

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Re: Adium Still Supported

Postby Simba Cub » Tue Jun 11, 2019 11:32 pm

yarco wrote:Yeah! Me, too. I still love Adium. But I think even open source project should do 3/10 business for its living. Also for commercial products, it requires to keep 3/10 free usage (like for education or other purposes), then the project could keep longer -- it is a theorem in my mind.

Ha~ Seems the first post after I registered here 9 years ago.


It will live on in our memories O:)


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