meebo plugin for facebook – someone’s reading my mind


This is so eerie - just yesterday I was telling a friend about how Meebo was missing from F8. Funny enough, today, I read about a Meebo Plugin for Facebook (via Mashable).

Man my facebook profile is cluttered. So here are the applications I've added since F8 to my profile :

My favorite one so far is iLike (for obvious reaons) (TechCrunch reports that other users feel the same way). I've been reading the discussion board for many of these applications, and the common theme among the users seems to be :

"it's stalled...can anyone tell me how to fix it?"

"great idea but how do I get this application to work?"

The idea behind the dev platform is phenomenal, but I think a LOT of people are concerned about performance and reliability of Facebook now. I think the app developers have done alright, but Facebook has been acting up quite a bit since the launch. Anyhow, goodness all around.

"ai"

Comments (9)
  1. shopautodotcaseocontest says:

    seriously, i’ve been wanting a meebo mod forever to!

  2. Nate Warner says:

    Yeah the platform is incredible.  I work for RB and built the Roshambull app with one of our agencies Archrival.  We have had huge technical challenges to overcome- we have already melted one server and should have a clustered solution up tomorrow.  (and we aren’t even in the top 10 installed applications.  

    Raise your hand if you like optimizing mysql calls!

    Cheers,

    Nate

  3. Phill says:

    What are all the accomplishments you can earn on roshambull?? so far the only one that i know of that i dont have are train wreck and bad break.. not sure if i want to earn those….. but if theres any other please let me know… i wont stop til i have all of them.. (minus bad break and train wreck)

  4. John says:

    i was wondering the same thing. i know of bad break…what is train wreck? 10 losses in a row?

  5. downtown says:

    can someone list the ones that they know of?

  6. John says:

    Marathon Man (50 matches played)

    Subpoena (PPP)

    Bad Break (5 consecutive losses)

    Barbershop (SSS)

    Rockslide (RRR)

    Hit & Run (RSP)

    Matador (PPS)

    Bulldozer (RRP)

    Class III: Artisan (25 wins)

    Bull Market (PSR)

    Blacksmith (SRR)

    Sticks & Stones (SSR)

    Class II: Amateur (15 wins)

    Class I: Student (5 wins)

  7. John says:

    Also:

    Secretariat (10 consecutive wins)

    Class IV: Professional (50 wins)

    Train Wreck (10 consecutive losses)

  8. Mark Chaplin says:

    Secretariat (10 consecutive wins)

    Iron Man (100 matches played)

    Class V: Expert (75 wins)

    Marathon Man (50 matches played)

    Win by Barbershop (SSS)

    Bad Break (5 consecutive losses)

    Win by Excalibur (RSR)

    Class IV: Professional (50 wins)

    Win by Rockslide (RRR)

    Win by Subpoena (PPP)

    Win by Hit & Run (RSP)

    Win by Bulldozer (RRP)

    Win by Bull Market (PSR)

    Class III: Artisan (25 wins)

    Win by Matador (PPS)

    Win by Blacksmith (SRR)

    Win by Sticks & Stones (SSR)

    Win by The Newsboy (RSS)

    Class II: Amateur (15 wins)

    Class I: Student (5 wins

  9. katie says:

    Class VI: Almighty (150 wins)

    Washout (100 total losses)

    Secretariat (10 consecutive wins)

    Iron Man (100 matches played)

    Marathon Man (50 matches played)

    Class V: Expert (75 wins)

    Win by Subpoena (PPP)

    Class IV: Professional (50 wins)

    Bad Break (5 consecutive losses)

    Win by Barbershop (SSS)

    Win by Rockslide (RRR)

    Win by Excalibur (RSR)

    Win by Bull Market (PSR)

    Win by Bulldozer (RRP)

    Win by Matador (PPS)

    Win by Sticks & Stones (SSR)

    Win by Hit & Run (RSP)

    Win by The Newsboy (RSS)

    Win by Blacksmith (SRR)

    Win by Paperweight (PPR)

    Class III: Artisan (25 wins)

    Class II: Amateur (15 wins)

    Class I: Student (5 wins)

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