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Pidgin 2.5.3 Arrives With Many Changes

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Published on 22 December 2008 08:36 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software
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Pidgin 2.5.3 was released yesterday afternoon with 58 changes worth mentioning in its change-log. Some of the changes in this instant messaging client update include a massive code clean-up in the MSN support, improvements to MySpace IM, quite a few new patches, IM images for Gadu-Gadu, and many other changes in Pidgin and its related packages (libpurple, Finch, and the protocols).

The new regarding the release of Pidgin 2.5.3 can be read here. The change-log for Pidgin can be found on its Wiki.

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