Hey everyone. I created the AIM extention and posted it. I never really post on this wiki but since i used your other examples to create this one i figured id return the favor. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. - Jeffrey Phillips Freeman
You say that it's "(C)" by you, and then "released to the public domain". These are mutually exclusive. Petdance 16:17, 30 April 2007 (UTC)
Thats not true, you can own a copyright and release it to the public domain. The copyright just no longer has any restriction for use at that point. Just like how when you release something under the GPL the original author retains his copyright. The only thing is when you release it under the public domain your copyright doesnt mean as much.
- I don't understand what this extension dose. And I looked at the example, and it was just a long page of random things. Dose it give a list of people that are online, or dose it show on my user page if I'm online or not? --Steinninn 08:38, 24 May 2007 (UTC)
- It tells you the online status of a particular AIM username. It displays a nice little box that clearly shows if the username is online or not. - Jeffrey Phillips Freeman
Hi! What do you mean with AimKey? Do you mean the Screen Name? Just because nothing happens, when I try :( Maggus
- AIM Key is a developper key that you should get there: http://developer.aim.com/manageKeys.jsp It's not your screen name. Patheticcockroach 14:01, 28 April 2008 (UTC)
Hello there. Which key in particular do I want? AIM has 4: AIM Presence, AIM Plugins, AIM Custom Client and Web AIM? (Anonymous User)
Think you could make one for MicroSoft Communicator instead of AIM???
GobleS 20:18, 21 August 2008 (UTC)
- You should have emailed me instead. I rarely check in on this discussion page (every few months just in case). Anywho it should be pretty easy to create assuming MSN offers a service to use. If your still interested e-mail me at email@example.com and id be happy to whip one together for you. I dont need one so i wont make it unless your still interested. - Jeffrey Phillips Freeman