AIM Pheonix mentioned on Vice?!


#1

Look at this!!!


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#2

LOL @Wildman_Fujiami’s famous! :stuck_out_tongue:

(But if he gets that treatment, why not Escargot? :stuck_out_tongue:)


#3

I dunno
Watch Oath/Verizon take it down quickly, though… :stuck_out_tongue:


#4

Hopefully not. :stuck_out_tongue:


#5

Looks like the server got the hug of death/accidental DDOS…ouch


#6

Hopefully the masses can tolerate that. :stuck_out_tongue:


#7

65 ONLINE
HOLY SHIT
Escargot and Friends might take off!


#8

it also got CNET’s attention


#9

Ironically enough, Yahoo! Finance mirrored another AIM Phoenix article from one of the news outlets, Fortune. :stuck_out_tongue:

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/aim-phoenix-revival-once-popular-131413891.html


#10

Verizon’s Oath owns ICQ , well R.I.P ICQ


#12

He is dead!
2018-06-29_162601


#14

LOL Probably another one out of many power outages @Wildman_Fujiami has to go through, considering that he does host this on his own hardware. :stuck_out_tongue:


#15

He uses wamp


#16

That the software he uses to host the website.

I’m talking about the hardware that hosts the services with the server software in place.


#17

He needs toto buy a newnew harddrive like, 1 tb


#18

Since when did HDD space contribute to bringing down a whole site?


#19

Since 1932 lol idk


#20

That honestly makes no sense.


#21

At the moment there’s 40 people on phoenix, hopefully this is good? You can never tell with these sort of things, though.


#22

The highest I saw the online user counter go was about 70 users. Then again, those could include duplicate logins, since that’s recorded as a separate login to the server. :stuck_out_tongue:

Perhaps @Wildman_Fujiami could write code alongside the regular duplicate login detection for the “Phoenix System Msg” thing to not log duplicate logins on the online user counter.