Poll: What about a Old Yahoo! Messenger server?


#83

how come my other contacts see me as offline when i am online?


#84

really early development server code. many bugs… I have been focused on many different projects at once and the yahoo server is the lowest on the list. I really doubt i’ll be able to seriously run that and an AIM server 24/7, since AOL pulled the plug the user count has jumped up, and I have to focus on ironing out all the inefficiencies and unhandled exceptions.


#85

since your focused on yahoo are u still gonna work on AIM


#86

doesn’t the AIM server almost have everything now? (well not REALLY everything)


#87

not all versions are available and not all features work


#88

yes i know, but it’s functional enough to be used quite often, also… i think the yahoo server needs a bit of work, especially with the server crashes, and atleast the contact list bug, where you could only store ONE contact has been fixed.


#89

For yahoo contact list bug

for example: lets say you add 4 people but after you add person #2 person #1 is gone. Well that is until you restart the program where you can see all of the contacts which would be 4 instead of 1


#90

not UNTIL you restart Y!M, but rather AFTER someone logs on, fixed the single slot problem instantly


#91

server updated… might fix…


#92

it has almost everything, BUT, users growing means server load. if its almost fully loaded, wait until next day or week.


#93

How do I create an account for your Yahoo! Messenger server?


#94

Unfortunately, @Wildman_Fujiami shut down the server a while ago, most likely due to its unusability at the time (contact management was off, messaging at one point was nonexistent, etc.).

FYI, though, Escargot is being planned to host a Yahoo! Messenger frontend, so be on the lookout for that. :stuck_out_tongue:


#95

there is an MSN server, other one wants to keep alive AIM, another one wants to revive the Yahoo.
I was thinking that would be a wonder to revive the eBuddy server, because this one joins all of this networks. think about it.