Skype Call Recorder

 Shawn Powers shows us how to install and use Skype Call Recorder for Linux.

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Nice Looking App

metalx2000's picture

Although I don't use Skype to much any more, this looks like a Nice Program. I like that it's Open-Source and hope that it gets into the repositories soon (So much more secure then website downloading).

Noticed in the video while installing it, it said, "Licence Unknown".
I can't Find a licence on the site either.
Not a huge deal for me, as long as the Source is available.
But I hope they slap a licence (Hopefully a GPL of some sort) on there to protect the developers.

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buddy, Skype _is_ in the

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buddy, Skype _is_ in the repositories (I checked in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid). I know because that's how I installed Skype two days ago...

Skype, The recorder.

metalx2000's picture

Skype, The recorder.

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from

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from http://atdot.ch/scr/about/

"Completely free (free as in freedom), released under the GNU GPL"

Thanks, That makes me feel

metalx2000's picture

Thanks,
That makes me feel better.
I just didn't see it before :)

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