Saturday, March 18, 2006

sorry - it's blogger's problem

If you haven't been able to read my blog, or it has been messed up, it's a problem blogger is aware of and is working on
Thanks Blogger for keeping us informed...
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Saturday, March 18, 2006

A clarification about the filer we restored yesterday: This machine is indeed up and functioning again, so the affected blogs are no longer entirely inaccessible. However, it is still not in great shape and we are in the process of moving all the data off of it and on to better machines. So over the next few days there may still be lingering and intermittent problems for some blogs. This includes the "forbidden" errors we're all getting tired of, as well as occasional publishing errors, or incompletely published pages. If you get an error viewing a blog, refreshing the page once or twice should clear it. For publishing problems, simply wait a few minutes and republish, and that should take care of it. Thanks for your patience while we work on clearing all this up.

Posted by Graham at 08:22 PST
Thursday, March 16, 2006

The filer that we have been having trouble with in the last few days failed again. Those blogs that are stored on the bad filer are temporarily not available for publishing and viewing. We are working on replacing the filer and restoring access to the blogs affected.

1 comment:

Mikey's God Talk said...

Very intersting blog about the pews. It does not supprise me that the initial design of church set out by Christ and the disciples was then later messed by man. Man out of his own mislead pride and ideas are at times a great deterant to relationship with God. How can we be community if we are only looking at the back of our brother or sisters head? Excellent point, great thought P Mike. I like the walking Church model of the circle standing in relationship to each other. Also communing with God in the outdoors of God's creation is so wonderful. A strong conection with God with two or more believers in His creation with no barriers, no distractions.