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UPDATE YOUR BOOKMARKS!!!
We have an issue that there is no way around as of yet.
I have done all I can to try and prevent this from happening.
We are going to be losing the .com, .org and .de domains.
We have not been able to contact the original author of EventGhost
(the person that owns those domains) to redirect them to the new web server.
I set in motion when we first moved a redirection from the old server to the new server.
I also put in markers so that search engines would see this change and update any pointers
they have. We still have the .net domain for the production site. and the .rocks for the test site.
For the past few months you have been getting redirected to the .net site if you used one of the 3
domains mentioned above. I just wanted to tell everyone so they can make any changes needed.
Hi everyone! I've created a very basic plugin for Skype that uses the COM API (Skype4COM) to provide events for call lifecycles. I had set up a webcam to use my HTPC/TV combo to make Skype calls from the living room, and needed a way to detect incoming calls that the standard window-detection tools just couldn't provide. The rest of the Skype client UI can be manipulated with hotkeys and keystrokes. You can download the plugin on GitHub.
This is my first plugin, and it's very simplistic, but it might help someone else too, so I thought I'd share.
Okay, it looks like they're slowly breaking the COM API that allowed this to work, and according to this response on their forums, Microsoft has no plans to ever make a replacement available. I was afraid of this: Microsoft doesn't intend to allow you to integrate with Skype. It looks like your options probably boil down to downgrade or cry.
What about some kind of google equivalent? Just an idea. If your interested look into messenger geeks. There is a whole group of people who are independently supporting windows live messenger, and maybe you could do something with that. I think they change registry keys and point messenger at a server they have setup. This doesn't sound too safe but It might be worth a look
I'm investigating their new cloud dev platform for Skype, but it seems pretty heavily based around cloud-ish things that integrate on the back-end (bots), so we'll have to see if there's any way to get anything comparable. I'm probably not going to take on building for a different video-chat program, because Skype is something I use personally and already have contacts set up with other people. Getting them to switch would be difficult to say the least.