[jitsi-users] Adding Yahoo account in Jitsi


#1

Folks,

In my case, my Yahoo account has started appearing "offline" and I
cannot get it online. It sounds like a similar problem

Pablo

···

El mar, 04-06-2013 a las 09:52 +0100, Jay Shallcrass - Infinity Tracking escribió:

Dear Support,

I am attempting to configure my Yahoo account in Jitsi however I
receive an error popup in the bottom right after a minute or so of
trying to connect.

I have tried on Jitsi 2.2 and also updated yesterday to nightly build
2.3.4671.9750.

Please can you advise if there is anything I am missing.

Kind Regards,

Jay Shallcrass

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#2

I am also having the same issue. I've updated to the latest and greatest and also tried the nightly.

Jon

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On 13-06-06 04:44 AM, Carola y Pablo wrote:

Folks,

In my case, my Yahoo account has started appearing "offline" and I
cannot get it online. It sounds like a similar problem

Pablo

El mar, 04-06-2013 a las 09:52 +0100, Jay Shallcrass - Infinity Tracking > escribió:

Dear Support,

I am attempting to configure my Yahoo account in Jitsi however I
receive an error popup in the bottom right after a minute or so of
trying to connect.

I have tried on Jitsi 2.2 and also updated yesterday to nightly build
2.3.4671.9750.

Please can you advise if there is anything I am missing.

Kind Regards,

Jay Shallcrass

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#3

To add to the information, I get the following message:

error fue: The provider must be signed on the service before being able to communicate.

But it won't let me sign on.

Pablo

···

________________________________
De: Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>
Para: users@jitsi.java.net; Jitsi Users <users@jitsi.org>
Enviado: Jueves 6 de junio de 2013 6:44
Asunto: Re: [jitsi-users] Adding Yahoo account in Jitsi

Folks,

In my case, my Yahoo account has started appearing "offline" and I
cannot get it online. It sounds like a similar problem

Pablo

El mar, 04-06-2013 a las 09:52 +0100, Jay Shallcrass - Infinity Tracking escribió:

Dear Support,

I am attempting to configure my Yahoo account in Jitsi however I
receive an error popup in the bottom right after a minute or so of
trying to connect.

I have tried on Jitsi 2.2 and also updated yesterday to nightly build
2.3.4671.9750.

Please can you advise if there is anything I am missing.

Kind Regards,

Jay Shallcrass

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#4

Any solutions to this problem?

Pablo

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El jue, 06-06-2013 a las 07:30 -0700, Jon Posey escribió:

I am also having the same issue. I've updated to the latest and greatest
and also tried the nightly.

Jon

On 13-06-06 04:44 AM, Carola y Pablo wrote:
> Folks,
>
> In my case, my Yahoo account has started appearing "offline" and I
> cannot get it online. It sounds like a similar problem
>
> Pablo
>
> El mar, 04-06-2013 a las 09:52 +0100, Jay Shallcrass - Infinity Tracking > > escribió:
>> Dear Support,
>>
>>
>>
>> I am attempting to configure my Yahoo account in Jitsi however I
>> receive an error popup in the bottom right after a minute or so of
>> trying to connect.
>>
>>
>>
>> I have tried on Jitsi 2.2 and also updated yesterday to nightly build
>> 2.3.4671.9750.
>>
>>
>>
>> Please can you advise if there is anything I am missing.
>>
>>
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Jay Shallcrass
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
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>> users@jitsi.org
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#5

Carola, Pablo,

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.

FC

···

On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>wrote:

Any solutions to this problem?

Pablo

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
act
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto
Revolucionario
- George Orwell


#6

Hi Pablo,

previous few days I had the same issue, but now everything is back to
normal and working, do you still experience it? Seems was some sort of
serverside problem, cause I tried several other clients and was having
the same problem.

Regards
damencho

···

On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 12:16 AM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> wrote:

Any solutions to this problem?

Pablo

El jue, 06-06-2013 a las 07:30 -0700, Jon Posey escribió:

I am also having the same issue. I've updated to the latest and greatest
and also tried the nightly.

Jon

On 13-06-06 04:44 AM, Carola y Pablo wrote:
> Folks,
>
> In my case, my Yahoo account has started appearing "offline" and I
> cannot get it online. It sounds like a similar problem
>
> Pablo
>
> El mar, 04-06-2013 a las 09:52 +0100, Jay Shallcrass - Infinity Tracking >> > escribió:
>> Dear Support,
>>
>>
>>
>> I am attempting to configure my Yahoo account in Jitsi however I
>> receive an error popup in the bottom right after a minute or so of
>> trying to connect.
>>
>>
>>
>> I have tried on Jitsi 2.2 and also updated yesterday to nightly build
>> 2.3.4671.9750.
>>
>>
>>
>> Please can you advise if there is anything I am missing.
>>
>>
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Jay Shallcrass
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> users mailing list
>> users@jitsi.org
>> Unsubscribe instructions and other list options:
>> http://lists.jitsi.org/mailman/listinfo/users
>
>
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#7

oops.sorry I take that back. There was only one. I must have had blurry
vision.
My point still stands. Asking "any solution to this problem?" feels like
you re at the airline desk asking for your money back...

Hope I didnt read too much into it.

FC

···

On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 6:25 AM, Fernando Cassia <fcassia@gmail.com> wrote:

n, with severall question marks....

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
act
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto
Revolucionario
- George Orwell


#8

Thank you, Fernando, for your call to patience and respect for the Jitsi
developers. May they accept my apologies if my communication was
offensive.

I am still stumped about what to do. The Yahoo addresses remain offline
on Jitsi--this happens with different Yahoo addresses on different
computers, both using Ubuntu 13.04. I get the same error message as
reported by Jay Shallcrass. At the same time, the Yahoo addresses work
fine on Thunderbird and on the Online Accounts storage through the
Ubuntu settings. Gmail addresses and SIP work fine. A curious thing is
that today, on the one computer, the two jit.si addresses also did not
work. Maybe a coincidence.

So I am open to recommendations.

Pablo

···

El dom, 09-06-2013 a las 06:25 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribió:

On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> > wrote:
        Any solutions to this problem?
        
        Pablo

Carola, Pablo,

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.

FC
--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a
revolutionary act
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un
Acto Revolucionario
- George Orwell
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#9

Hey Pablo and Jay,

can you please retest with build 4684.

Thanks
damencho

···

On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 6:37 AM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>wrote:

Thank you, Fernando, for your call to patience and respect for the Jitsi
developers. May they accept my apologies if my communication was
offensive.

I am still stumped about what to do. The Yahoo addresses remain offline
on Jitsi--this happens with different Yahoo addresses on different
computers, both using Ubuntu 13.04. I get the same error message as
reported by Jay Shallcrass. At the same time, the Yahoo addresses work
fine on Thunderbird and on the Online Accounts storage through the
Ubuntu settings. Gmail addresses and SIP work fine. A curious thing is
that today, on the one computer, the two jit.si addresses also did not
work. Maybe a coincidence.

So I am open to recommendations.

Pablo

El dom, 09-06-2013 a las 06:25 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribió:
>
> On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> > > wrote:
> Any solutions to this problem?
>
> Pablo
>
> Carola, Pablo,
>
> 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.
>
>
> FC
> --
> During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a
> revolutionary act
> Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un
> Acto Revolucionario
> - George Orwell
> _______________________________________________
> users mailing list
> users@jitsi.org
> Unsubscribe instructions and other list options:
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#10

damencho,
That fixed it on my computer. Running xubuntu 12.04.

Thanks,
Jon

···

On 13-06-13 03:17 AM, Damian Minkov wrote:

Hey Pablo and Jay,

can you please retest with build 4684.

Thanks
damencho

On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 6:37 AM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es > <mailto:stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>> wrote:

    Thank you, Fernando, for your call to patience and respect for the
    Jitsi
    developers. May they accept my apologies if my communication was
    offensive.

    I am still stumped about what to do. The Yahoo addresses remain
    offline
    on Jitsi--this happens with different Yahoo addresses on different
    computers, both using Ubuntu 13.04. I get the same error message as
    reported by Jay Shallcrass. At the same time, the Yahoo
    addresses work
    fine on Thunderbird and on the Online Accounts storage through the
    Ubuntu settings. Gmail addresses and SIP work fine. A curious
    thing is
    that today, on the one computer, the two jit.si <http://jit.si>
    addresses also did not
    work. Maybe a coincidence.

    So I am open to recommendations.

    Pablo

    El dom, 09-06-2013 a las 06:25 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribi�:
    >
    > On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo > <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es <mailto:stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>> > > wrote:
    > Any solutions to this problem?
    >
    > Pablo
    >
    > Carola, Pablo,
    >
    > 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.
    >
    > FC
    > --
    > During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a
    > revolutionary act
    > Durante �pocas de Enga�o Universal, decir la verdad se convierte
    en un
    > Acto Revolucionario
    > - George Orwell
    > _______________________________________________
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    > users@jitsi.org <mailto:users@jitsi.org>
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#11

I had been unable to log into my Yahoo account with Jitsi running under
Mac OS X 10.6.8, however, the latest build has fixed that problem.

:slight_smile:

George Maschke

···

On 13/6/13 4:57 PM, Jon Posey wrote:

damencho,
That fixed it on my computer. Running xubuntu 12.04.

Thanks,
Jon

On 13-06-13 03:17 AM, Damian Minkov wrote:

Hey Pablo and Jay,

can you please retest with build 4684.

Thanks
damencho

On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 6:37 AM, Carola y Pablo >> <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es <mailto:stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>> wrote:

    Thank you, Fernando, for your call to patience and respect for
    the Jitsi
    developers. May they accept my apologies if my communication was
    offensive.

    I am still stumped about what to do. The Yahoo addresses remain
    offline
    on Jitsi--this happens with different Yahoo addresses on different
    computers, both using Ubuntu 13.04. I get the same error message as
    reported by Jay Shallcrass. At the same time, the Yahoo
    addresses work
    fine on Thunderbird and on the Online Accounts storage through the
    Ubuntu settings. Gmail addresses and SIP work fine. A curious
    thing is
    that today, on the one computer, the two jit.si <http://jit.si>
    addresses also did not
    work. Maybe a coincidence.

    So I am open to recommendations.

    Pablo

    El dom, 09-06-2013 a las 06:25 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribió:
    >
    > On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo >> <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es <mailto:stuckybyler2@yahoo.es>> >> > wrote:
    > Any solutions to this problem?
    >
    > Pablo
    >
    > Carola, Pablo,
    >
    > 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.
    >
    >
    > FC
    > --
    > During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a
    > revolutionary act
    > Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se
    convierte en un
    > Acto Revolucionario
    > - George Orwell
    > _______________________________________________
    > users mailing list
    > users@jitsi.org <mailto:users@jitsi.org>
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#12

Yep, same here. Yahoo working again with 4684 :slight_smile:

···

On 13 June 2013 16:50, George W. Maschke <georgemaschke@gmail.com> wrote:

I had been unable to log into my Yahoo account with Jitsi running under Mac
OS X 10.6.8, however, the latest build has fixed that problem.

:slight_smile:

George Maschke

On 13/6/13 4:57 PM, Jon Posey wrote:

damencho,
That fixed it on my computer. Running xubuntu 12.04.

Thanks,
Jon

On 13-06-13 03:17 AM, Damian Minkov wrote:

Hey Pablo and Jay,

can you please retest with build 4684.

Thanks
damencho

On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 6:37 AM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> > wrote:

Thank you, Fernando, for your call to patience and respect for the Jitsi
developers. May they accept my apologies if my communication was
offensive.

I am still stumped about what to do. The Yahoo addresses remain offline
on Jitsi--this happens with different Yahoo addresses on different
computers, both using Ubuntu 13.04. I get the same error message as
reported by Jay Shallcrass. At the same time, the Yahoo addresses work
fine on Thunderbird and on the Online Accounts storage through the
Ubuntu settings. Gmail addresses and SIP work fine. A curious thing is
that today, on the one computer, the two jit.si addresses also did not
work. Maybe a coincidence.

So I am open to recommendations.

Pablo

El dom, 09-06-2013 a las 06:25 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribió:
>
> On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> >> > wrote:
> Any solutions to this problem?
>
> Pablo
>
> Carola, Pablo,
>
> 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.
>
>
> FC
> --
> During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a
> revolutionary act
> Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un
> Acto Revolucionario
> - George Orwell
> _______________________________________________
> users mailing list
> users@jitsi.org
> Unsubscribe instructions and other list options:
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#13

Yes, thank you. Yahoo is working again on Ubuntu 13.04 with 4684.
Pablo

···

El jue, 13-06-2013 a las 17:59 +0100, Derek Moss escribió:

Yep, same here. Yahoo working again with 4684 :slight_smile:

On 13 June 2013 16:50, George W. Maschke <georgemaschke@gmail.com> wrote:
> I had been unable to log into my Yahoo account with Jitsi running under Mac
> OS X 10.6.8, however, the latest build has fixed that problem.
>
> :slight_smile:
>
> George Maschke
>
> On 13/6/13 4:57 PM, Jon Posey wrote:
>
> damencho,
> That fixed it on my computer. Running xubuntu 12.04.
>
> Thanks,
> Jon
>
>
> On 13-06-13 03:17 AM, Damian Minkov wrote:
>
> Hey Pablo and Jay,
>
> can you please retest with build 4684.
>
> Thanks
> damencho
>
>
>
> On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 6:37 AM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> > > wrote:
>>
>> Thank you, Fernando, for your call to patience and respect for the Jitsi
>> developers. May they accept my apologies if my communication was
>> offensive.
>>
>> I am still stumped about what to do. The Yahoo addresses remain offline
>> on Jitsi--this happens with different Yahoo addresses on different
>> computers, both using Ubuntu 13.04. I get the same error message as
>> reported by Jay Shallcrass. At the same time, the Yahoo addresses work
>> fine on Thunderbird and on the Online Accounts storage through the
>> Ubuntu settings. Gmail addresses and SIP work fine. A curious thing is
>> that today, on the one computer, the two jit.si addresses also did not
>> work. Maybe a coincidence.
>>
>> So I am open to recommendations.
>>
>> Pablo
>>
>>
>> El dom, 09-06-2013 a las 06:25 -0300, Fernando Cassia escribió:
>> >
>> > On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 6:16 PM, Carola y Pablo <stuckybyler2@yahoo.es> > >> > wrote:
>> > Any solutions to this problem?
>> >
>> > Pablo
>> >
>> > Carola, Pablo,
>> >
>> > 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.
>> >
>> >
>> > FC
>> > --
>> > During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a
>> > revolutionary act
>> > Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un
>> > Acto Revolucionario
>> > - George Orwell
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