[JDEV] Re: Transport for China's most popular IM system, Tencent's QQ
Tony Yat-Tung Cheung
tony.cheung at asiayeah.com
Mon Nov 3 03:13:50 CST 2003
Yes, I think you are talking about the libqq,
However, the authors of libqq has never released any source code of the
libqq, but only its binary form. The author has also stopped the
development of the library, so I don't think it's working properly now.
Since Tencent could somehow force the author to withdraw the libqq
development, is there any legal issue if we build a Jabber gateway into
their IM network? Any thought on this?
> some one has made a qq plug-in for gaim ,but later Tencent force him drawback.
> i remember there's a yahoo egroups talking qq transport
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Tony Cheung <tony.cheung at asiayeah.com>
> To: <jdev at jabber.org>
> Sent: Sunday, October 26, 2003 6:22 PM
> Subject: [JDEV] Transport for China's most popular IM system, Tencent's QQ
>>To introduce Jabber into the millions of IM users in China, I am
>>thinking of developing a transport for China's most IM popular,
>>The Tencent's QQ system almost has a monopoly on China's IM system.
>>However, the QQ system is proprietary and they never expose their
>>protocols. Their IM packets are in binary and seem to be encrypted or
>>I would like to see if anyone is interested in working on this idea
>>together. It would certainly be a challenging task.
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