The status page is available on a completely different domain. The rest of
the dev information is not all that critical during downtime.
On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 23:26, 46Bit <m...@46bit.com> wrote:
> First of all I'd like to add my thanks for this to everyone else's - a
> much nicer and more self-contained setup than we've had before, if not
> an entirely unexpected development.
> One issue I'd like to query (and apologies if this has come up before,
> I've not been watching the chirp streams) is whether dev.twitter.com
> is architected to be likely to survive major Twitter downtime? I'm
> sure you'll appreciate my point that uptime information is unlikely to
> be useful if we can't get it when the main Twitter site is undergoing
> technical issues itself. Whilst I can't claim to be any sort of
> network engineer or even to have a particularly good knowledge of the
> DNS system I wonder if you could possibly set dev.twitter.com up
> externally - that is, with another hosting provider and/or in a
> different location, in order to make sure it stays up (though
> obviously this might not be reasonably economical).
> On Apr 14, 10:27 pm, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Okay, this seriously rocks.
> > Congrats to everyone who worked on making dev.twitter.com happen.
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