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    Default C++/Qt/OpenGL/XML SIP/XMPP Mobile Cross Platform Client - Berlin Germany

    1. Project description.

    We talk about a cross platform client based on C++ that should be compliant on Android, Black Berry, Windows Phone 8. This client is a SIP/XMPP client with features like audio/video call, audio/video conference, messaging, social network messaging with media support. The SIP/XMPP/XCAP protocol transaction is handled by doubango API The OS support, threading, network support, XML, 2d drawing, animation etc. should be handled by Qt API (OpenGL, BB API, Android API etc.) Here is an info graphic:

    You'll get all the GUI elements you need, User experience video, server support (test environment), SVN or GIT server for deliver your work, after beta delivery a Jira Tickets and all logistic you need.

    2. Collaboration Infos.

    Payment: 18$/Hour

    I'm looking for a long time collaboration based on trust so we can consolidate a cross platform team. I'm the guy who work for the native iOS client and also the one is in charge to manage the multi cross platform version. I live in Berlin/Germany and I'm C/C++/Objective C developer. You'll have to talk only with me and this could be an advantage for you so you don't have to deal with clients (however on the client side is in charge a technical man that understand lot of things in the development process, but he don't have time to deal with entire team). The client is and they are the one who directly pay you (I don't get any fee and the money are go directly to you). They need TAX deduction so you need to provide deduction documents for payment checks (paid by PayPal or other solutions).

    You can be located anywhere in the world. Is not a location based project.

    Tell me about you, what did you worked for, how hard do you think looks for you this project, I general how much can you wish and can be involved in this project.

    We can chat via iRC, mail, Skype or any other communication you prefer. You can leave a response message or PM me to give my contacts data.


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    Default Re: C++/Qt/OpenGL/XML SIP/XMPP Mobile Cross Platform Client - Berlin Germany

    Hi! My name is Marcin. I am a User Interface Designer ( and co-founder of Mir (chat client) ( Your offer caught my attention because it fits perfectly in know-how that I have as well as complete source code which I own (with self-made communication protocol). I think that my experiences can help to create a communicator that perfectly meets your requirements. I have worked on every stage of developing Mir Chat from start to finish ( . It has been made using the Qt framework (which supports mobile platforms like BlackBerry, iOS and Android although from what I know Windows Phone is still in a pre-alpha state)
    The target of my program is obviously entirely different, however I believe that with appropriate layout he can suit every needs.

    If you are interested feel free to contact me

    Marcin Zajac
    skype: t15szary

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    Default Re: C++/Qt/OpenGL/XML SIP/XMPP Mobile Cross Platform Client - Berlin Germany

    I sent a PM

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