Hello, I'm running Freehoo 3.5.3 on Linux. When I tried to run it for the first time, it reported a message from Yahoo, "You are using an older version of Yahoo! Messenger that is no longer supported" and then terminated.
I guess the Yahoo Messenger protocol has been changed since Freehoo 3.5.3 was released. What would it take to update Freehoo? I am comfortable with programming various kinds of protocols so if the changes aren't too great, I might be able to do it (and I'd be glad to submit patches accordingly). Thanks for any info. Thanks also for making Freehoo available, it seems like a great project. best Robert Dodier PS. Logging in as [robert_dodier] in [Available] mode Yahoo System Message: Some versions of Yahoo! Messenger now let users save conversations in their accounts on Yahoo! servers - like email! Others can save conversations with you even if you don't. More: http://messenger.yahoo.com/mh/ Yahoo System Message: You are using an older version of Yahoo! Messenger that is no longer supported. Please upgrade by downloading the newest version by going to: http://messenger.yahoo.com/download.php HOO!> Could not login, most probably performing scheduled maintenance. HOO!> [rob...@chromium freehoo-3.5.3]$ _______________________________________________ Freehoo-devel mailing list Freehoofirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/freehoo-devel