It seems a good messaging service and protocol to be supported.
Connection manager implementations welcome.
Note that Java is an awkward language to be writing connection managers in: by far the best-supported is C (or C++) with GLib, via telepathy-glib. I think telepathy-qt might have some experimental support for writing Qt connection managers too.
See also <https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2014/02/msg00081.html>, <http://unhandledexpression.com/2013/12/17/telegram-stand-back-we-know-maths/> for some concerns about Telegram's security, which doesn't seem to be any better than XMPP with TLS (it does have the potential to be end-to-end secure, but so does XMPP via OTR or XTLS if someone wants to help us implement that).
KDE are planning on writing a CM on TpQt for GSOC 2014.
I'll update this when we have work in progress, which will hopefully be around June with a release nearer September.
(In reply to comment #2)
> KDE are planning on writing a CM on TpQt for GSOC 2014.
> I'll update this when we have work in progress, which will hopefully be
> around June with a release nearer September.
Will this be for Telepathy 0 or Telepathy 1? We're hoping to have Telepathy 1 become API-stable within the next few weeks.
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