Maybe you heard already about that OpenWengo thing. OpenWengo is a community of Free Software enthusiasts. The OpenWengo community is sponsored by Wemgo, a French SIP provider, itself backed by Neuf Cegetel, a French telco. WengoPhone, a SIP compliant VoIP client and a multiprotocol instant messanger (MSN, AIM, ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk). We’re talkig here about WengoPhone NG (Next Generation) which is the version in development.
Currently I’m working on a RPM package for WengoPhone NG. I’ve written some patches to build it on x86_64 and to fix some bugs to build it on SUSE. The problem is that I can’t link the application at the moment cause SUSE doesn’t provide libQtUiTools in their QT4 packages (SUSE LINUX 10.1 and factory). To drop it at the build service a bug fix for the boost package is needed too.
I hope that my patches will be in SVN soon and that SUSE will fix the packages. I don’t want to create a fixed QT4 package 🙂
Update: WengoPhone has been renamed to QuteCom in 2005. The project is dead in the meantime.