Re: monitor developer / support IM chat in background?
never thought of having a standing session among dozens
or hundreds of people, that effectively never dies...
Do Skype and other chat services support really good features
for keeping thousands of pounds of floppy wet spaghetti in a
fast-flowing river all suitably tagged and parse-able?
Thunderbird now stores chat sessions and archives. It supports Facebook, Google, IRC, Twitter, and XMPP. I don't think there is a good way to store video chat sessions and I don't know about the parseability of any of them. I think email lists are still the best support for parseable archives, provided that the list is managed in a content management system with automatic keyword indexing.
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