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    • Question One: I would like to be able to send notifications out about to service users about maintenance or upgrade notices. I would like to get an idea how people feel about this before i implement it. this would only affect the chat service, self hosted would not be on the same network and would not be able to receive these messages.  Question Two: There are services out there that can make this happen more easily than i could if i was writing the code fully on my own. these services have additional charges, now there are "free ones" available but they sell the information they gather from the notifications. I'd like to preserve the privacy of the clients, by offering this service, but this would increase my over all cost of running the service.  Question Three: Adding IPS "reactions" to the messages. not much more to say on this one. Question Four: I would like to expand babble's bots as much as possible, was thinking of doing one for twitter which will post messages from a specific user, possibly a certain hashtag. youtube, link videos from a user/channel. RSS import, similar to how it is done in the forums, but for the babble bot. Other, any other ideas you have bots. 
    • yes cause it is not 4.2 compatible. I had plans last weekend to get it upgraded and work on those "other" fixes we conversed about, but i lost power on saturday and got it back early thrusday morning (had a very violent summer storm roll thru).  for the future, support is done here: click on the "support" tab. I currently have it open to any one who is registered on the site can leave make a report. 
    • Media breaks IPS 4.2 with the following error Fatal error: Interface 'IPS\Content\Reputation' not found in /site.com/applications/cjmedia/sources/Media/Media.php on line 15  
    • there wasn't an "update" in july, i edited something on the description of it at the end of june on the IPS market, but there was no new version. the last version came out in september of last year. This app doesn't do anything with the IP's atm, but there is a planned revamp of the app that i hope to get to before the end of summer. it still wont be a "catch all be all"  to dubious members, as it was more of an app to give an idea of people logging in from the same browser into multiple accounts. I still have to obey privacy laws and what not, and a lot of the methods outside of what i am doing, would be a illegal in a lot of countries including my own, the US.  I was once "given" a JS library that was able to exploit holes in all the browsers to leave a "fingerprint" that could be used to identify people, the more i looked into it, the more i realized it would be illegal to release this in an app. as it would bring liability at my door as well as yours. so it might "suck" to some people, i hope you at least understand i don't want to do anything with the app that could land you or me, into legal trouble. Take the EU for instance, it is illegal in EU countries for websites to "store" information, that can not be removed easily, like flushing the cookies/cache/etc. In the US it is illegal to use ETAGS to track people, which was another way i was looking into expanding this app. it is also amazing the lengths of what some people will go to to have multiple accounts on a site. I had gotten contacted once by a client, they had a guy who had 8 different computers in his house, each used to log into 8 different accounts, and they all had their own "hotspot" hooked into them so they couldn't track him by IP either. 
    • Has this been improved with the July update? Previously it failed to detect most duplicate accounts. Currently I have to manually check every IP address used by a member and see if they have logged registrations.  This is a very reliable way to see if, at the very least, multiple accounts have been registered using the same IP address. Would be nice if this addon could do this correlating for me.
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