AIM Pheonix mentioned on Vice?!


Look at this!!!

MSN acabara con WhatsApp

LOL @Wildman_Fujiami’s famous! :stuck_out_tongue:

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


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


Hopefully not. :stuck_out_tongue:


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


Hopefully the masses can tolerate that. :stuck_out_tongue:


Escargot and Friends might take off!


it also got CNET’s attention


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


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


He is dead!


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:


He uses wamp


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.


He needs toto buy a newnew harddrive like, 1 tb


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


Since 1932 lol idk


That honestly makes no sense.


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


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.