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Maintenance To Filers

This one appears to have been posted ahead of time somewhat.

Unfortunately, we have to do some maintenance on one of our filers today from 9 am to 9:40 am PST. Some blogs will be inaccessible while this is going on. Everyone is able to publish, however, regardless of whether or not the blog is down for maintenance.

We apologize to those blog owners who are affected by this.

Update: This maintenance is now complete.

Posted by Prashant at 08:54 PST


There are still folks caught unawares.

ARRRGGGHHH!!! Blogger down...AGAIN!

Of course, you can't access Blogger Status when the beast is down, can you?

This is the third outtage greater than 30 minutes this week for me; anyone else?

Posted on: Today 8:44:28


Odd - Prashant scheduled the work 9:00 - 9:40. He had it done, and the notice updated, at 8:54. Faster than the speed of light. 8-0

Comments

la_vie_en_rose said…
Still having problems here. Wasn't early in the morning, but this evening, when I need to post new content (political blog), I'm getting the java error that everyone else seems to be getting. It appears that I can "publish," per se, but it doesn't show up on the blog; blog's still stuck at a post made by my husband earlier this morning.

Any ideas when this is getting fixed (I hope :( )?

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