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WordPress Server Crash – Well, That Was Fun

Yes, well, that was fun. NOT.

If you didn’t figure it out, the WordPress.com servers took a stumble again for many hours today. The promise is that Matt and his team of developers and fixers have fixed this so it won’t happen again, but then whose counting. ;-)

Thanks to everyone for protecting our precious data and getting it back up and running, with the hope that the service will be more stable in the future.

Unfortunately, it appears that the trouble with future posts not posting in a timely fashion continues. For fans of this blog, apologizes if posts do not arrive daily. They are there, waiting to pop up on schedule. WordPress.com’s future post system just isn’t popping.

Lorelle and her father continue across the United States, stopped temporarily by snow in the Dakotas. Copyright Lorelle VanFossenI continue to travel, having covered over 3,000 miles in the past three weeks across the northern United States, and have trouble finding WIFI connections in the middle of everywhere. In the middle of nowhere I seem to find WIFI connections. It’s the middle of everywhere that gives me problems sometimes. Now, if I just knew what time it was wherever I am, there might be hope for me yet.

Stay tuned. The fun is only beginning.


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One Comment

  1. Posted April 17, 2006 at 2:54 pm | Permalink

    Dear Lorelle,
    Keep on writing + driving
    we love this site!


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  1. [...] Again, my apologizes. I’m still on the road, somewhere in Oregon now, living from WIFI to WIFI connection, and running into days without even a cell phone connection let alone a wireless Internet connection. And WordPress.com developers are “still working on the problem” so all the work I put into future posts keeping you informed and educated while I bang and bash my body across rough back roads of the United States comes to naught when the future posts won’t release on schedule. [...]

  2. [...] WordPress Server Crash – Well, That Was Fun [...]

  3. [...] The development team worked overtime and finally fixed it, then it broken again. A few days later, WordPress.com’s server crashed and I lost a few posts in the big bang. It was a reminder to backup, backup, [...]

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