Should we call it Kipiopete? 😀
I thought I’d need to fiddle with Kopete internals, or even wait until KDE Telepathy would be ready, but no: it turned to be very very easy thanks to the rich DBUS interface Kopete implements. Once more, the best way to implement this turned out to be a KIPI plugin, which means you can now also send to your contacts your photos from Digikam, your pictures from Gwenview, etc. Yay!
Wait a second! What was that last screenshot? It looks like KSnapshot works on Windows!? Sort of, more on that soon.
A few warnings, though:
- Facebook does not allow file transfers but Kopete < = 4.5.4 wrongly reports Facebook contacts as being able of accepting files. If you try to send a picture to a Facebook contact, the transfer will fail. This is fixed in Kopete 4.6 (i. e. the KIPI Kopete plugin no longer shows Facebook contacts).
- For some reason, Pidgin does not accept several files at once. It seems Kopete tries to send them too fast, or something like that. KMess, on the other hand, has no problem accepting all my photo collection at once via MSN Messenger.