I know you are just joking, but here's what's we're doing: We all have every world cup game in our corporate calendars and for many of us, our entire day, sleep included, is paced around the three world cup games. Deploys, maintenance, and everything else has been shifted around. And the games are obvious in the graphs, and we do a lot of graph-looking-at-and-talking-about-and-such.
-John On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 6:47 AM, Dean Collins <d...@cognation.net> wrote: > Guess the twitter technical team aren't soccer fans and follow baseball? > > > Cheers, > Dean Collins > http://www.LiveWorldCUpChat.com > > > >> -----Original Message----- >> From: email@example.com > [mailto:twitter-development- >> t...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of BJ Weschke >> Sent: Wednesday, 16 June 2010 9:45 AM >> To: firstname.lastname@example.org >> Cc: twitter-api-announce >> Subject: Re: [twitter-dev] Scheduled Twitter API Network Maintenance, > June 16th @ >> 6-7:30 AM PDT 21 >> >> A "planned" maintenance from 9-10:30A EDT and during one of the World >> Cup games? Wow. I hope it's really important. >> >> Taylor Singletary wrote: >> > >> > Hi Developers, >> > >> > A little late notice, but just wanted to make sure you've all seen >> > what was posted on the Twitter status blog a bit earlier: >> > >> > MAINTENANCE ACTION: >> > >> > --------- >> > >> > We'll be working with our network provider to perform some tests >> > and maintenance. During this time you can expect a high rate of >> > errors (whales) >> > >> > DATE/TIME WINDOW: >> > >> > --------- >> > >> > June 16th @ 6-7:30 AM PDT >> > >> > AFFECTED RESOURCES: >> > >> > ----------- >> > >> > Twitter.com and* Api.twitter.com <http://Api.twitter.com>* >> > >> > * >> > * >> > >> > *Might be a bit bumpy this morning, but intentionally so.* >> > * >> > *Taylor Singletary >> > Developer Advocate, Twitter >> > http://twitter.com/episod > >