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An Improvement In Reporting

So our latest Blogger Status post contains a bit more detail:

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Currently photo uploading is not working for FTP users. We are aware of the problem and should have a fix within a few hours. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Update (4:10pm) : This has been fixed. Thank you for your patience.

Posted by Steve at 15:38 PST


It would be nice if they would actually describe which error, that we are seeing, should be fixed, when they work on any one problem. Else we just have to sit here complaining endlessly.

I personally did not experience any problem with FTP (I don't do that). But I did see a commonly reported problem when trying to publish upates. I can't describe the problem, hopefully, cause when I was seeing it, I couldn't publish changes to THIS blog. I'm hoping that what I'm typing now can be published. Of course, one never knows WRT Blogger. 8-(

Anyway, I see that I can, once again, post. So back to the purpose for THIS post. As we can see, Steve posted a final status, and, in bold, the TIME when the problem was resolved. This is a big improvement from the previous post.

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