@idea from Statik
I think it be a good idea to have voice mail systems for cell phones
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Quote: from Lucifer on 2:22 pm on July 16, 2001[br]It would be helpful if phones were Debuged first. They still wanna be busy even when they aren't.
Show me an instance where this happens and the code is responsible. I've trawled through the cellphone code a couple of times and fixed all the possible bugs I could find (there were a few). I'm not spending any more hours searching for a bug no-one can demonstrate to me. If -you- forget to hang up your phone then the code is not at fault... Perhaps we should start per-minute billing or make the phones use battox's to prevent people from sitting with open lines for hours at a time.
Idea wise, yep, good ideas, consider them in the list.