[jitsi-users] Skype


#1

In the above discussion about Skype, people forget that there are SIP
services with the capability to connect with Skype using audio/video
(like ippi.fr). The schema is user->SIP server->gateway->Skype. Using
this, personally I don't need to install Skype nor perform complex
tricks to do so. I'm happy!! hahah.

The only issue is with chat usage. SIP protocol doesn't support chat
(that's I know), but I hope will appear genius that can develop that
feature...


#2

I absolutely do not like the idea of Jitsi even remotely supporting
Skype, as that is contradictory to its most basic goals, but ...

The only issue is with chat usage. SIP protocol doesn't support chat
(that's I know), but I hope will appear genius that can develop that
feature...

... this is plain nonsense:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIMPLE

-nik

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#3

I absolutely do not like the idea of Jitsi even remotely supporting
Skype, as that is contradictory to its most basic goals, but ...

I think the sender was actually making the opposite point :slight_smile:

The only issue is with chat usage. SIP protocol doesn't support chat
(that's I know), but I hope will appear genius that can develop that
feature...

... this is plain nonsense:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIMPLE

The Skype SIP gateways do not support SIMPLE so while making audio calls (only to PSTN numbers or *from* skype users and only in narrowband ) is possible, sending messages is not.

Emil

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On 24.11.13, 09:38, Dominik George wrote:

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