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More Email From Blogger Support!

More from their bot.

Hi there,

Thank you for your honest feedback regarding our status page. We are constantly working on improving Blogger, so we will certainly keep this in mind for the future.

Thanks again for your input, and thanks for using Blogger!

Sincerely,
Blogger Support


I think this one was responding to my earlier:

A lot of people depend upon http://status.blogger.com/ to find out about problems like this. Wouldn't it be a good idea to either update that, or take it offline?

Right now, it shows a status of
Update, 5 minutes later: All fixed! Posted by Pete at 16:46 PST


I wonder if calling the status page "Blogger Status" was entirely a result of the name? The initials BS seem too good to be true.

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