Message for Michael about server issues and PersonalPuddle
mautterback at GMAIL.COM
Thu May 30 15:39:14 UTC 2013
I can access http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle/ but not
http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle/index.html#sgn-US or any pages on that
site. I can only assess the home page.
On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 7:22 AM, Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org>wrote:
> SignWriting List
> May 30, 2013
> Hello SW Listers, and welcome to a new member, Michael -
> Thank you for joining the SignWriting List, Michael -
> Yesterday, here on the List, I explained to everyone that our server needs
> to be upgraded with more RAM, but our Internet Service Provider is still
> working on getting us a new server and setting it up and then we have to
> move our entire sites over - so we are in a transition.
> Meanwhile the old server, where we are right now, is still working, but it
> is slow to respond sometimes, and so it seems that our sites are down, but
> actually they are there, just slow. If you come back in 20 minutes and try
> again, it should work…
> But if your web browser is holding the memory of the "site being down
> message" in cache, it may seem once again that the sites are down, so you
> will need to Refresh your web browser…
> So Michael, I am sorry you are having problems with our server too…
> Can you access this link right now?
> Please try and write to our List again and we will get something working
> for you today -
> And tell us a little about your project - I understand that you need to
> write documents in SignWriting? There will be no problem to do that. Yes,
> the PersonalPuddle will work well for you - it means you can work offline
> while we are having these server issues -
> More soon - please tell me if you can access the above link -
> Val ;-)
> On May 29, 2013, at 11:50 PM, Michael wrote:
> > Thank you. i joined the list, It dosent look like im going to be able
> to make the Workshop. I already have plans for that week.
> > The links for Sign Puddle Online ASL do not seem to be working.
> > Is there a way to try the software to make sure it works on my computer
> before buying? My computer doesn't seem to like older software and Id
> rather not spend $75 if it dosent work.
> > Thank You!
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