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[liberationtech] Current state of Pidgin OTR vs Jitsi OTR

Michael Carbone michael at accessnow.org
Sun Jun 30 01:06:48 PDT 2013


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Relatedly, is there any way to import/export OTR keys in any of the
OTR clients: Jitsi, Adium, Pidgin, Gibberbot, etc? Makes switching
between clients and devices difficult.

I know the Guardian Project has OTR File Converter but it currently
only converts to Gibberbot format:
https://github.com/guardianproject/otrfileconverter

Michael

On 06/30/2013 03:25 AM, Anthony Papillion wrote:
> A few weeks ago, there was a discussion that ended in the
> recomendation that Pidgin not be used for OTR messaging.  Does
> anyone know what 1) what exactly is the problem with Pidgin OTRand
> 2) is there a fix in the works?
> 
> How dies Pudgin OTR compare to Jitsi OTR?
> 
> I ask these questions because my users want as secure an IM client
> as possible and a good amount of them use Pidgin. Right now, I'm 
> recomending Jitsi but can't seem to find a good reason why except 
> "Pidgin is bad".
> 
> Thanks, Anthony www.patts.us
> 
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