User:Toussaint/Carrier Instant Messenger
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Carrier Instant Messenger (formerly known as funpidgin) is a free and open source instant messaging and chat client. It was forked from the Pidgin project in April 2008 following an internal dispute between developers and users over the inability to manually resize the text input box of conversations, a modification which displeased a number of the project's community The founders of the new project intended to retain a flexible regime of user choice in the interface configuration of the client. Originally named funpidgin, it was renamed as Carrier in May 2008.
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