Below are some frequently asked questions and their answers.
No. Once a room has been created, it exists until it expires.
We want to make as many room names available as we can. Unfortunately, some names cannot be made available. For example, the name "about" is reserved, because you could never get to the room. You'd end up on our About page instead.
Some names are reserved for API use or future use, too. For example, the URL /room is part of our API.
Since we're still nailing down the API, more names are reserved right now than probably necessary. Once we've settled on everything, we'll try to release some of those names.
A room is a place where a group of people can talk, away from everyone else. A Today's Meet room is kind of like a chat room, kind of like a private Twitter. People in the room will get your messages. People in other rooms won't.
A room is represented by a URL. For example: http://todaysmeet.com/ROOM_NAME is a room called "ROOM_NAME".
Officially, Today's Meet supports
That is not to say Today's Meet won't work in other browsers, like Opera, but we do not extend official support to less common or out-of-date browsers, such as Internet Explorer 6. In fact, Today's Meet is known to work in IE6 with a few minor bugs.
Today's Meet does not work properly on mobile browsers, such as Blackberry's browser. One or more mobile editions will address this in the future.