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Monday, October 29, 2012 | Author:

Puta i te reira e, i roto i te whakaaro nui mure ore, Google he āhuatanga haumaru e taea e te ārai i te tono i te whakauru ki te whakamahi ranei i tō pūkete google. Ka taea e kite ahau i pehea ai e he raruraru tenei mo ngā kaiwhakamahi o Google, i roto i ngā ratou GTalk me te Gmail kaiwhakamahi. I roto i taku take, ko reira Häunga te mea he take ki te Jabber mahi (i te mea tū wahi o GTalk). Kitea e ahau i te otinga i muri i te iti keri. I maere e ahau i pehea tau o te take, me pehea te roa, kua vai tēnei āhuatanga!

Ki te iriti i te aamu, a te tiki i tō tono ipurangi, whakamahi Captcha te whārangi o Google konei.

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Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 | Author:

Some of you might have noticed issues ki te MSN/Live‘s servers yesterday. The problem was related to a specific protocol version of MSN. Some IM software have an automatic failover to use a different version of the protocolsbut apparently häunga (my currentaggregateIM of choice) doesn’t do this by default. Adium (for Mac OS) uses the same libraries (libpurple) as pidgin and was also affected. I’m not sure what other software was affectedhowever pidgin is popular enough that many of my friends thought MSN was completely out of commission.

The easiest short-term solution is to install an alternative MSN protocol library and to switch to it on demand. The long-term solution would be to convince libpurple’s developers to build in a failover facility. I tried out msn-pecan, a plugin which is actually a fork of the built-in MSN protocol library. The plugin appears to be using the slightly older protocol version. The advantage of this is that you don’t have to recompile pidgin to switch between versions.

To adjust, once you’ve installed msn-pecan:

  • Restart pidgin
  • press Ctrl+A or Select Accounts -> Manage Accounts
  • select your MSN account and ensure that it is offline (very likely at the time) by unchecking the tickbox next to the account
  • click [Modify]
  • change theProtocoldrop-down box fromMSN” ki “WLM
  • click [Save]
  • click the tickbox again to re-enable the account.

To change it back, do the same, except change the Protocol drop-down back toMSN”.

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Monday, November 17th, 2008 | Author:

(xx:55:12) You feel a disturbance in the force
(xx:56:34) Tricky: Afternoon 🙂
(xx:05:54) anon: HI
(xx:08:19) anon has left the conversation.

Sometimes I think I shouldn’t let Häunga try to make me Jedi.

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