RE: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Chat and Voice widgets
- Dear Nergiz,
Here are a few more options in terms of text chat widgets: http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/10_chat_widgets.php
I hope one of these will work. I'll let you know if I discover anything.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of k.ergiz
Sent: Thu 5/29/2008 1:33 PM
Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Chat and Voice widgets
I hate Gabbly and it looks so unprofessional on a wiki or web site but it has one
advantage. With Gabbly any person who visit the wiki can chat with other visitors who are
there at the same time while with Gtalk or meebo, the visitors can only chat with the
owner of that widget (creator of the wiki) but not with each other.
If I find an alternative, I will immediately replace it, though.
--- In email@example.com, "robertisquires" <robert.squires@...>
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> Pbwiki 2.0 has removed its handy plug-in to the Yackpack widget. If
> you would like to get the widget, you can do so here:
> http://www.yackpack.com/products.html. It is the Walkie Talkie Widget.
> This works quite well, although I generally get a bit of feedback.
> Voicegroups is a nice option as well if you plan o work regularly with
> a group. There are other options to explore. It seems Yackpack is
> moving toward subscription, so I wonder if this is why Pbwiki has
> dropped the affiliation.
> If you also want to add chat to your sidebar of your wiki, you might
> want to try Meebo: http://www.meebo.com/. You can create your own
> chatroom and paste the code into your sidebar. The pbwiki default
> 'Gabbly' has horrible advertisements that you can't get rid of.
> I enjoyed listening to Michael and Geoff in Australia for a short
> while this morning. Thank you Carla and Cristina for setting this up.
> I wanted to ask about the significance of vegemite in the Australian
> diet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegemite.