Release Notes: Support for Adium-style chat window themes was added. Get Hot New Stuff was reactivated. Status messages are no longer tied to the online status. Jabber now has better support for the JEP-0030, JEP-0038, JEP-0048, JEP-0071, JEP-0085, JEP-0100, JEP-0115, JEP-0153, and JEP-0162 transports. Support for Jingle (experimental) was added along with group chat improvements, file transfer support for Yahoo!, and much more. This is expected to be the last release for the KDE 3.x series as more focus is put on version 1.0 for KDE 4.
Release Notes: This release switches from XSL to Adium style chat window themes. It has a new Yahoo! protocol implementation. Jabber: experimental support for Jingle voice chats (Google Talk). Support for offline messages. Support for Jabber Transports. AIM: support for AIM chat rooms. More than 100 bugfixes.
Release Notes: An update was made for a change to the MSN servers that caused the program to display "wrong password" errors when attempting to connect to the MSN service. This release should work with KDE 3.3 and above. Future versions will ship with KDE 3.4.1.
Release Notes: This release is part of KDE 3.3, but can be also installed on KDE 3.2. Jabber file transfers and group chat support were added. External changes to IM data stored in KABC are handled. New features include a connect/disconnect API, A LaTeX render plugin, Yahoo Mail notifications, IRC SSL support, metacontact KNotify notifications, an alias plugin, and a plugin to invite MSN contacts that use gnomemeeting. KIMIface in Kopete was added to enable presence and messaging integration across the desktop.
Release Notes: Miscellaneous bugfixes were fixed.
Release Notes: This version features many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This beta release coincides with the release of the KDE 3.2 Beta which Kopete is now a part of. The main purpose of this release is to provide KDE 3.1 users who don't wish to install the full KDE 3.2 Beta a look at the new version of Kopete, and to get valuable feedback from users so that the final 0.8 version is as stable as possible. While the major focus of this release is bug fixing, there are several new features, including: MSN updates (display picture support), Yahoo updates, Jabber updates, and improvements in the capabilities of the ICQ, AIM, and IRC protocols.
Release Notes: This version features many bugfixes. The MSN plugin now supports the msnp9 protocol (which mandatory to login MSN Network starting from October 15),
Release Notes: Build fixes were made for non-Linux platforms. Many other miscellaneous fixes were also made. Users are strongly encouraged to use this release instead of 0.7.0, especially when reporting bugs.