I don't know what all the fuss was about. What's wrong with you people. That document has been there for so many years... you should have memorized it by now!
-- Ghodmode http://www.ghodmode.com On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 7:22 AM, Daniel Brown <danbr...@php.net> wrote: > ALL: > > As you may have noticed, early this morning we got bored and > decided to delete php.net from the Internet. After getting an > estimated sixteen-point-four trillion complaints, we became > overwhelmed and aggravated by your incessant need to RTFM that we > pressed CTRL+Z and brought it back. You're welcome. > > In earnest, a catastrophic failure on one of our systems coincided > with a migration effort being headed by some very talented folks. > This led to a domino effect of issues that resulted in a temporary - > but widespread - impact on the online version of the documentation and > downloads. Things are nearly back to "normal" now across the network > --- or so it seems. If you come across any issues on your favorite > *.php.net mirror, please let us know at https://bugs.php.net/ or via a > reply to this thread and we'll check it out. > > As a result, a list of the top ten reasons PHP had an outage today: > > 10.) We installed an experimental PECL module named "Invisible Ink." > 9.) We learned our indoor solar panels don't work when the > lights get turned off. > 8.) We had our mobile bandwidth slowed to a crawl because we > exceeded 2GB for the month. > 7.) A Groupon swarm for two free downloads for the price of > one killed our network. > 6.) We whited out this time to protest another > Patriots/Giants Superbowl, while the BC Lions never even got a phone > call. > 5.) Our build of mod_expires runs on the Mayan calendar, and > attempting to do a 60-day expire segfaulted. > 4.) The $25.90 check we wrote to cover the server's AOL > dial-up bounced. > 3.) It's Chinese New Year, but it was too cold to set off the > fireworks outside today, so.... sorry. > 2.) As it turned out, all our base truly were belong to them. > 1.) We needed 7,500,001 signatures on the petition against SOPA/PIPA. > > Thanks to all for your patience and such. And, of course, apologies to > all. > > -- > </Daniel P. Brown> > Network Infrastructure Manager > http://www.php.net/ > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php