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       psi-plus - Qt-based XMPP client (basic version)




       Psi  IM  is  a  capable  XMPP  client  aimed  at  experienced  users. Its design goals are
       simplicity and stability. Psi IM is highly portable and runs on MS Windows, GNU/Linux  and

       Psi  IM  is minimal but powerful. There are keybindings for just about everything, Unicode
       is supported throughout and  contacts  are  cached  offline.  Security  is  also  a  major
       consideration, and Psi IM provides it for both client-to-server (TLS) and client-to-client
       (GnuPG, OTR, OMEMO).

       WebKit version of Psi IM has few additional features (in comparing with basic  version  of
       Psi):  support of animated emoticons, support of (adium) themes in private chats and group
       chats, support of previewing of images and videos in private chats and group  chats,  etc.
       But  if  you  prefer  old  fashioned  plain  text chats from era of IRC heyday, then basic
       version of Psi IM is your obvious choice.

       In 2009 a Psi IM fork named Psi+ was started. Project purposes are: implementation of  new
       features, writing of patches and plugins for transferring them to upstream. As of 2017 all
       active Psi+ developers have become official Psi IM developers, but Psi+ still has a number
       of unique features. From developers point of view Psi+ is just a development branch of Psi
       IM which is hosted at separate git repositories and for which rolling release  development
       model is used.


       This manual page was written by Boris Pek <> for the Debian Project and
       may be used by others.

                                           08 Aug 2018                                    Psi+(1)