Decentralized instant messaging
'yeemp' is a decentralized instant messaging system. It uses GPG over SSL for encryption, and UTF-8 to enable non-Latin text to be transferred. The clients include support for Japanese, Cyrillic, and Ogham input, as well as direct UTF-8. Yeemp includes a command-line client, an X client, a server, and a simple Web-based client. The clients can also use the AIM and ICQ protocols.
released on 24 February 2005
4 September 2003
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Required to use||Perl modules CGI|
|Required to use||Net_SSLeay|
|Required to use||Expect|
|Required to use||Gtk|
|Required to use||Gtk_Gdk|
|Required to use||Gtk_Keysyms|
|Required to use||Term_ReadKeyIO_Select|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 31 December 2016.
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