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Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Skype will be open source on Linux

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"Yes, there's an open source version of Linux client being developed. This will be a part of a larger offering, but we can't tell you much about that right now,"
said Skype developer Stanislav Karchebny (whose screen name is Berkus) in his blog post.

This is also confirmed by Skype, that it's developing an open source version of its client software that runs under Linux.

As Karchebny said:
"Having an open-source user interface will help us get adopted in the multicultural land of Linux distributions, as well as on other platforms, and will speed up further development. We will update you once more details are available."
Just for information - the Skype client software for Linux came out in 2004 and over the years THE FREE VOIP AND CHAT client won the hearts of Linux users.

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