Perhaps Yahoo changed something on their server.
You guys need to understand that when third party software like Jitsi talks
to servers operated by others (AOL, Yahoo, Microsoft), developers are at
the mercy of the goodwill of these service operators with regards to them
NOT changing login procedures and protocols overnight.
Just freaking out and sending several messages "demanding" a "solution" to
the 'problem" wihout taking the facts mentioned above into account and
without sending logs as saved by Jitsi, seems a bit "pushy" and
incosiderate on your part. Im just speaking for myself here, and I have no
personal or professional relationship of any kind with the Jitsi
developers, but that is the way I felt about your "hurried up" follow up
response asking for a solution, with severall question marks....
Dont get me wrong, you are free and entitled to ask what you want how you
want, but please be realistic about your expectations... specially
considering that Jitsi is one extremely powerful piece of software, that
took its author several YEARS of hard work to develop, and that you are
getting it for free.
On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo <email@example.com>wrote:
Any solutions to this problem?
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto
- George Orwell