Thanks a lot for the offer -- I think I actually have stuff resolved,
though... the WHOIS record seems to be correct, and the nameservers
listed there are giving the proper information. I think it's just a
matter of caches being updated, and then it should be back.
On Fri, 2002-10-18 at 15:31, Joel Lawhead wrote:
> If all you need is DNS hosting my company would be happy to host your
> primary and/or secondary DNS free of charge (or even 3rd or 4th DNS
> servers). We've been using Webware for development projects lately and
> would be happy to contribute in this way to the Webware community. The
> Wiki has been an invaluable resource.
> Also, I just happened to pull the entire Wiki the other night so I can
> get caught up on older information while I travel. I have set this up
> on our company Web server to at least act as a reference while the
> living Wiki is down. It's just an HTML grab so there are no graphics or
> editing capability but the info is there. The URL is
> Let me know if you'd like us to host the DNS. We're a privately owned
> geo-spatial integration firm located at the NASA Stennis Space Center in
> Mississippi and we're well set up for DNS hosting.
> -----Original Message-----
> Message: 3
> From: Ian Bicking <ianb@...>
> To: Webware discuss <webware-discuss@...>
> Date: 17 Oct 2002 17:40:47 -0500
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] Wiki down...
> The Wiki is down -- I'm having DNS issues with the secondary domains
> (secondary.com was bought out), and I am changing my DNS host for the
> colorstudy.com domain to something else (ZoneEdit, which I never liked,
> but if someone knows of a better service...). It seems like everything
> with DNS moves slowly, so it may be inaccessible for a while. In fact,
> it moves slowly enough that I don't even know if I'm making things
> better or worse, because I can't get any feedback from the services I'm
> using. Arg!
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