Video Chat with Yahoo


Article from Issue 82/2007

Kopete and Gyachi bring Yahoo videochat services to Linux.

Chat has become a favorite pastime for Internet users, and the tools of chat are growing evermore sophisticated. Emoticons provide hints of moods and emotions, but a picture says a thousand words. Videochat (without telephony) is a routine feature for many MSN and Yahoo users, and Linux has a number of usable clients. This article looks at a pair of Yahoo-ready chat programs.

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