Instantbird

Here’s something interesting — Florian Queze and Quentin Castier just released Instantbird, which is a XUL application wrapped around libpurple, the library behind Pidgin (once GAIM), Adium, Meebo, and others. There are some licensing issues around doing the same in Thunderbird right now, but it’s nice to see that some people are connecting these various technologies in interesting ways.

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