If this announcement concerns you (you’re on server DDD), you should have received an email last night to clarify our time line. This email contains instructions for taking a backup and when you can expect to be on the new server. Unfortunately there is one error – Please take your backups at 11:50 AM this […]
[sws_blue_box box_size=”630″] FAQ #1: Is this outage my fault? (AKA – I didn’t do anything – how can it be my fault?) [/sws_blue_box] This question deserves an answer right away. As do all your questions, and I’ll be answering your emails and questions as quickly as I can. Answer: No. This is not your fault. […]
Note: the new Genesis update is only for WordPress 3.2 users. Only those people who are running WordPress 3.2 and up will be able to see the update. If you’d like to update your Genesis, first upgrade to WordPress 3.2. And check out the Genesis update details here: Genesis 1.7 Release.
WordPress Survey Matt has invited everyone who uses WordPress to take this 5 minute survey, the results of which he will present at the State of the Word address at WordCamp San Francisco next month. He wrote it much more eloquently and I feel as if I now have a sworn duty as a […]
Thanks so much for all of the wonderful references! It is working. 🙂 So, we have come to the point where we need put the new client list on hold. What does that mean? It means, we are not taking any NEW clients until the end of April. This gives Cathy time to get finished […]
The servers were a little overwhelmed this afternoon. It appears we all had the terrific idea to start blogging this afternoon in the middle of some discrete security upgrades. Things were sluggish for about 4 – 5 minutes. Its all good. And we’re all wrapped up securely.
UPDATE: So Math isn’t my strong suit – lol – 9 minutes is .0202% of the month. So we were down for substantially less time than .1%. —————————————– This morning HostGator experienced an outage – nearly EVERYTHING went down. Not just our server, but 1,000’s of them, including your sites, email, ftp, etc. Nothing should […]
Guess what question I’m asked most often these days? 🙂 Usually, I’m not much of a risk taker, I’m not on the bleeding edge of anything much less technology. However, with WordPress 3.0 I’m 99% sure it is stable enough for ALL my clients to upgrade. I’ll wait while you do that. ——————— What to […]
In 2003 Matt Mullenweg and the team released version .07 of the open source WordPress project. From then until now it has, and will be (according to Matt) released in the GNU GPL. That means that the source code, and that of the themes is also released to the public under the GNU GPL. Then, […]