Like aMSN2, I'm using pymsn as MSN library for my little MSN client. But this week end, I heard that on IRC :
<jprieur> we basically have no more time to support pymsn, we're really busy with other stuff, thus it's really up to you to dive in the code and start fixing and improving guys, we're sorry
<thinline> what have you moved on to?
<jprieur> move to the People project & move out of university for a real job
<ubitux> if we post some patch in the freedesktop bugzilla, can we except for the patch to be applied ?
<jprieur> it's possible but I can't tell when. that's why you should work with your own pymsn branch
So here it is, there is no real support for pymsn now, and there is some bug to fix, some improvements to do, and of course some doc/tuto if it's possible.
Is there anyone able to contribute ? I will propose some patches with great pleasure, but I'm too weak to do it alone.
Actually, my client is somehow done, it needs bugfixes (lots from the lib) and the webcam support. I have 1 month and half to work on since my internship will come to an end. During this time I will do my best to contribute/understand pymsn as much as I can because it's the only thing I can work on. But once again, I can't do it alone.
So please, I need somebody HELP \o/