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gaim-libnotify 0.12 by Duarte Henriques
gaim-libnotify is a gaim plugin that enables popups when someone logs in or messages you.
gaim-libnotify works much like guification, but using the new notification framework, libnotify.
gaim-libnotify has some configuration options, to show popups when a buddy signs on, on new messages and…
gaim-hotkeys 0.2.1 by Ivan Wong
gaim-hotkeys is the hotkey plugin for Gaim.
gaim-hotkeys is a Gaim plugin that allows you to define global hotkeys for various actions such as toggling buddy list, fetching queued messages, opening preferences or account dialog.…
xmmscurrsong 1.0 by elekis
xmmscurrsong shows the current song being played by XMMS in Gaim.
- just copy the plugin xmmscurrsong in ~/.gaim/plugins.
- after, start gaim , preferences-->tools; check xmmscurrsong
If you wanna compile the plugin, you need src of gaim (0.80 o…
Gaim Video and Voice Support 1.2.0 by Tim Ringenbach
Gaim Video and Voice Support is a friendly fork of the gaim project to concentrate on video and voice support, which will eventually be backported.
To install gaim-vv you have to have libj2k, linphone-im and libosip installed.
1) Download and save the gaim-vv-1.2.0 tar…
Gaim-LaTeX 0.4 by Nicolas Schoonbroodt
Gaim-LaTeX is a plugin which translate LaTeX code into image in your IM conversation.
Gaim-LaTeX is a small gaim plugin which allow you to insert LaTeX formulas into im conversations.
You just have to put your code between $$ ... $$. For example, the following works :
"Hi John, do you thin…
Gaim-RSS-Reader 0.1 by Alexander Movtchan
Gaim-RSS-Reader is a plugin for the popular Gaim multi-protocol chat client that adds the ability to monitor and read RSS feeds.
To install follow these commands:
./configure --prefix /usr --with-gaim=PATH
Gaim-Assistant 0.1.0 by Jason Williams
Gaim Assistant is a plugin to Gaim that will allow you to forward messages to a
different screen name should you become away. It's quite handy for those of you
out there that use AIM over mobile devices as well as at home. It has some
neat features built into the current release.
Here are some…
Gaim-Encryption 3.0 Beta6 by Bill Tompkins
Gaim-Encryption uses NSS to provide transparent RSA encryption as a Gaim plugin.
Here are some key features of "Gaim Encryption":
Automatically creates a public/private key pair for you upon loading the plugin
Automatically transmits your public key to other users.
Supports 512 - 4096 bit k…
gaim-blocky 0.2.0 by Stefan Ott
gaim-blocky is a gaim plugin to block messages from certain contacts in a protocol-independent way.
Optionally, you can have an auto-reply message sent to blocked users whenever they try to bother you.
gaim-blocky is a gaim plugin which lets you block messages from certain contacts in a protoc…
WmG 2.0.0 by Soren Boll Overgaard
WmG applet is a dockapp plugin for Gaim. That is, once the plugin is started a dockapp appears, which can be conviniently dragged to the windowmaker dock.
The dockapp shows the top 3 buddies from Gaim, sorted by whatever algorithm was selected in the Gaim preferences. Clicking either of the buddie…
Sensibe IRC Handler 0.1 by Joel Bryan Juliano
Sensible IRC Handler aims to provide an interface for Gaim that handles irc:// links in Firefox Browser. This will provide the same xchat-gnome functionality to handle irc:// links, but for Gaim.
Recent changes in inclusion of packages for future Ubuntu release will not include xchat-gnome becaus…
autoblock.so 0.2 pre2 by Trevor Torrez
This is a Gaim plugin that automatically blocks nicknames or messages based on regular expression matches. Right now it only works with yahoo since those are the only chat rooms I visit using gaim.
To install, copy autoblock.c and autoblock.h to /path/to/gaim/sources/plugins and…
use_name_as_alias 0.5 by Buanzo
use_name_as_alias is a script that reads a GAIM 2.0 BuddyList file (~/.gaim/blist.xml) and assigns aliases based on the contact's name, but only for contacts without a locally user-defined alias.
This feature was present in GAIM 1.5, but was removed in 2.0. use_name_as_alias makes use of the Elem…
Ignorance 2.2 by Levi Bard
Ignorance is a content filtering plugin for Gaim. If you love Gaim for chat, but find yourself missing the filtering features of clients like zinc, then Ignorance is for you!
Gaim 1.1.0 or greater.
What's New in This Release:
The Win32 port was merged in.
GNU regex 0.12 co…
GaimSMS 0.1 by Philip Lowman
GaimSMS is a Gaim plugin which will forward all incoming IMs to a mobile phone number via SMS when you are idle. At present it only works with SprintPCS phones, however it should be possible to add support for other SMS gateways easily. (I have since learned that SprintPCS phones don't actually supp…
AmarokGaim 0.1.4 by Keegan Carruther-Smith
AmarokGaim is a plugin for Amarok that updates your Gaim status message with what you are currently listening too.
Gaim with D-Bus support
Python with D-Bus support
Supported variables in STATUS_MESSAGE are:
ImageIM 0.91 by Will Gorman
ImageIM is a plugin for Gaim that lets buddies send screenshots to each other via HTTP protocol.
Users can simply click the ImageIM button, select a portion of the screen, and then send their buddy the image.
If the buddy doesn't have ImageIM, they will receive a link pointing them to the im…
GAIMnOSD 0.7 by George Kodinov
GAIMnOSD is a plugin for GAIM allowing to print events outside of any windows in TV menu style. The plugin uses the XOSD library for output.
GAIMnOSD project allows setting the size, position and the color of the notification messages.
What's New in This Release:
Gaim Popupwin by fr3nd
This perl plugin shows a mini window in a corner of the screen when a buddy logs in in any account like MSN Messenger. It shows also what protocol it uses.
To install this plugin, just copy the files "popup.pl" and "popupwin" to ~/.gaim/plugins/ restart gaim and activate the plugin in the preferenc…
Guifications 2.13 Beta2 by Gary Kramlich
Guifications is a Gaim plugin that displays msn style "toaster" popups in a user defined corner of the screen.
Guifications is highly configurable, and easy to use. There are a ton of preferences, that may be daunting at first, but are pretty straight forward.
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