gafisher at sprynet.com
Tue Apr 30 11:49:00 UTC 2002
Nope. Four ISPs all return the same "509" error page. The mirrors,
including www.squeak.de, are fine. Kinda funny, as you say, to have to wait
interminably for the web to update a site about a language any user can
update in an instant.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary Fisher" <gafisher at sprynet.com>
To: <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 7:02 AM
Subject: Re: Squeak.org
> I don't know whether it's slow response on the part of the "service-free
> ISP" or slow DNS propagation, but as of right now Squeak.org still comes
> with the "bandwidth exceeded" page via Earthlink. It's not my local
> and Earthlink is usually very good with updates, but I'll try some of my
> other ISPs if the problem persists.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dan Ingalls" <Dan at SqueakLand.org>
> To: <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
> Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 11:03 PM
> Subject: Re: Squeak.org
> > >Ted Kaehler wrote:
> > >>Folks,
> > >> Squeak.org is back up!
> > >> Michael Rueger, Dan, and I have removed the source of the problem.
> No more frustrating times with Global Internet Solutions. This time it is
> totally under our control.
> > and Nevin Pratt <nevin at smalltalkpro.com> replied...
> > >I might add that if the IP address of 'squeak.org' has changed (which
> likely since it looks like you ditched the old ISP), it might take a few
> days for the various DNS caches on the various machines around the world
> get the updated IP.
> > >
> > >So, for some people, it still might not be up :-)
> > It should be up for everyone because step 1 was just to deal with the
> service-free ISP and upgrade the service so as to restore access. And
> I have done.
> > However, we are also in process on the other fork of the solution, as it
> involves a couple of further steps (my registrant info is all out of date,
> so I can't monkey with my registration until I get things straightened
> through various non-on-line mechanisms).
> > But the plan is still to take things into our own hands, and this should
> be able to happen within a week. Isn't it funny to have a language that
> can change faster than your web site service parameters? ;-)
> > I want to thank everyone for the wonderful show of support we've
> in this brief trauma. We may well come back to one of you for long-term
> hosting of Squaek.org after the dust settles.
> > And thanks, all, for your patience, too
> > - Dan
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