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Both seem quite valuable. Long-term, we want an open peer-to-peer encrypted communication system. Short-term, until Skype dies, it would help to have the ability to interoperate with people who use it. Similarly, while XMPP represents the right open standard for chat, existing Open Source chat programs still need to know how to interoperate with MSN, AIM, and Yahoo

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