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[Bug 1820357] Re: Instant messaging on Ubuntu


*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1895065 ***

I decided to drop the whole "Chat & Social Networking" section. It has
consisted of a few pages without any equivalent in GNOME Help. The
contents is indeed obsolete, and I'm closing this bug by making it a
duplicate of bug #1895065. The Ubuntu docs team does not currently have
the resources to maintain the section.

If it's considered important to include this kind of information in the
desktop guide, I would suggest an upstream wishlist issue:


** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 1895065
   Drop net-chat.page and its sub pages

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  Instant messaging on Ubuntu

Status in ubuntu-docs package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Instant messaging options seem to be out of date. For instance, Google
  Talk has been discontinued since February 2015, AIM was discontinued
  in December of 2017, and Windows Live (Messenger) merged into Skype. I
  would recommend replacing this page with a few helpful links to
  services like Discord, Whatsapp, Telegram, and Slack.

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