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Sean

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Hello folks,

The site has been down for a while as have 1,000's of other sites due to a big failure on a telco switch. So no, it wasn't the upgrade taking place because when that happens the site will be viewable. Atleast we're back up now :smile:

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What a coincidence. I just assumed that it was the announced security upgrade.
 

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Now I know what withdrawl feels like

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Thomas Wagner said:
Now I know what withdrawl feels like

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Add inadequacy to that, I spent the evening looking around the Magnum site and feel like putting all my negs on a bonfire :sad:
 

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Oh my God!~, I thought life as we knew it had ended......LOL

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Miserable weather here in Sunshine state; so, with APUG being unavailable, checked out some other forums. Lenswork is still down, View Camera is empty, LF has an occasional interesting thread. But one I did find is Alt.Chat recently started by the Alternative Photography site. May have potential for some helpful information.
 

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I-i-i-t's a g-g-g-good thing the t-t-t-telco fixed the p-p-problem. I was s-s-starting to suffer from A-A-APUG w-w-w-withdrawal. :wink:
 

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Gee you were off the net- never noticed.... NOT :D
 

Aggie

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Sean, that was horrible! I even had to resort to sleeping which I never do. my pre withdrawal symptoms are now a syndrom. I was told Rodinal would help short term, but hubby has to put up with my cranky mood until it passes.
 

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Flotsam said:
What a coincidence. I just assumed that it was the announced security upgrade.

I thought so, too. Or, for a brief guilty moment, I thought my weekend boss might have realized how much time I spend reading the site and was blocking the DNS. Glad it's not the case :D .

Cheers,

James
 
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A day without APUG...and then watching the Steelers almost lose...ARGH!

(But APUG's back, the Steelers won, and all is right with the world.)
 

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It really must have been a bad outage as apug.org was not in my ISP's dns zone files and I could not resolve the IP address. But glad to see all back up and running. Any idea who the ISP was?

Mike
 
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