On Mon, 2010-08-30 at 15:22 -0500, Manuel Escudero wrote:
I have installed Fedora 13 Goddard x86_64 in my machine and I've
updated to KDE 4.5, in order to run Skype I installed some 32 bit Qt
Many users need skype (in my case I'm running it in a Windows 7
But without it we can't offer reliable "Videocalls" as they're not
implemented in IM Clients Linux have.
This is neither « urgent » nor ambassadors related, and would be much
more appropriate on the Fedora users mailing-list:
Also, just for the record, video and audio calls work perfectly in
Empathy with Jabber/XMPP and probably other protocols. Pidgin might
implement this too.
Finally, Ekiga allows you to do PC-to-Phone just fine, and it has for a
We have a FOSS offering that can compete with the proprietary one, and
as an ambassador you might prefer using and promoting the former rather
than asking for help on the latter. ;)