GSoC Project Summary: Telepathy Tubes and File Transfer in KDE

First of all an important note: KTelepathy is still in active development and there is still a huge amount of tasks to finish before the first real “preview release” [1] (any help is welcome). A telepathy sprint [2] is planned for september, so we’ll probably see a lot of progress soon! The classes I wrote […]

GSoC Update: DBusTubes work!

“D-Bus Tubes allow you to share a private D-Bus bus between two or more clients, proxied over Telepathy.” Basically this means that your client can create a dbus object and share its methods and signals with a client run by your contact (you can find more information here).

Here at Akademy in Tampere we fixed […]

GSoC update

Just a quick update about my GSoC project:

StreamTubes works both offering and accepting, and both on Tcp and Local sockets (code still needs some cleaning) I’m waiting for Dario to add DBusTubes support in Telepathy-qt4. Then it shouldn’t take much time… Sending and receiving files works, but I’m writing on a telepathy kioslave that […]

More Telepathy StreamTubes in KDE

Offering a TCP StreamTube finally works as it is supposed to do! So, if you want to start a streamtube, you just have to create an OfferTcpStreamTubeJob using your favorite method offered by TelepathyBridge:

KJob* offerTcpStreamTube(const Nepomuk::PersonContact& contact, const QVariantMap& parameters = QVariantMap()); KJob* offerTcpStreamTube(const Nepomuk::PersonContact& contact, const QHostAddress& hostAddress, quint16 port = 0, […]

Hello Planet KDE && GSoC: Telepathy Tubes and File Transfer in KDE

Hello Planet KDE, My name is Daniele (drdanz on irc), I’m a PhD student from Italy and this summer I’ll take part in Google Summer of Code with KDE.

The aim of my project “Telepathy Tubes and File Transfer in KDE” is to provide a bridge for Telepathy Tubes and for file transfer using Telepathy. […]