I'm currently working on an addon that works with Twitch.TV. Basically it periodically lists live streams similar to how EventHubs does it here: http://www.eventhubs.com/streams/. This will be a PREMIUM mod ($$), as its use would be limited to specific audiences. Now naturally I already have something like this in XenAtendo. However, XenAtendo does not check to see if a stream is live; instead it just puts a stream up when the event is supposed to go live (doesn't check if its actually live). When XenRio comes out, I am thinking of removing the built in streaming feature in XenAtendo. The original idea of streams in XenAtendo had multiple purposes: Keeps people on your site, instead of going to twitch.tv... Embeds the stream directly to the top of the event page... Displays live streams on XenPorta... However, with it came a few problems. It would embed the streams in the thread and display the streams on the portal even if the stream isn't live. Because of this, it takes extra care on administrators to make sure people aren't abusing the system in order to promote their stream. People would create events with erroneous event times to keep their stream listed on your portal. In addition to this, research has told me that people dont actually like embedding the stream directly to the top of the event page. Sometimes they want to just read the thread, but everytime they change pages on the thread, twitch reloads and blasts them with advertisements. Another issue was that only one stream could be linked to each event thread and sometimes events have multiple streams. So I'm branching this stuff off into a different mod; a mod that I will be charging for and giving proper support for. I want to gauge how you guys would feel about me removing the streaming functions from XenAtendo. If I did not remove the streaming features from XenAtendo, then people who use both mods could have issues with user confusion.