17:55 < jjkl> hello17:55 < jjkl> are the links of the dnd sanctuary right in the otter-browser's page?17:56 < jjkl> I can't open them17:57 <@Emdek> jjkl: hello, yes17:58 <@Emdek> but for some reason I get network problem while trying to open that address, even already opened page shows that error after refreshing...18:24 <@Emdek> jjkl: now it seems to work again18:25 < ggr> there was downtime in thedndsanctuary
The most likely source of that is when Frans's shaving, the servers lack voltage.:serious:
Odd. But I figure if there was a problem for 20 minutes in 100 days*
it falls under 99% uptime.
Let me know if there are any further troubles so I can take contact the host if required.
At least the forum isn't being served from within someone's web browser. Who knows, this might be the future. Not long ago I heard my friend Frenzic (someone else) defending the proposed transition to some tiny battery powered embedded computers like Raspberry Pi or some such nonsense. That would deliver a whopping 50% uptime over some ad-hoc network.
I'm not really seeing how that follows. If I used a Raspberry Pi on my home connection things might be a bit slow — a Cubieboard2, on the other hand… — but why exactly would the connection be so bad?
Was there a downtime again yesterday?
Sorry, I was unclear. It's the forum's cache I deleted, not my browser's.