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Internet-based communication has now become as common as web browsing, and has grown beyond pure e-mailing or instant messaging. The variety of communication services and applications available today call for an integrated communication framework. Because of the growing popularity of GNOME Desktop, it is thus natural to think of such a framework for it.
Mission Control, along with rest of the Telepathy framework components, constitutes a complete communication platform. Telepathy framework provides unified ways to access communication protocols, such as XMPP, SIP, IRC and so on. Mission Control is a Telepathy component that decentralizes communication based on Telepathy framework and presents means for applications to tap into user's communication channels (IM/voip/presence etc.). In this talk we will see what this integration could bring to the application developers, along with several example scenarios.
By using Mission Control within the Telepathy Framework we enable GNOME Desktop users to utilize just about any communication service, using a single unified framework. See http://mission-control.sourceforge.net and http://telepathy.freedesktop.org