First I want to say sorry for the almost two day downtime. I am not sure
how much the site was down.
The reason for the problem was a faulty network cable. I have not
replaced it yet. Just played with it. I will replace it this weekend so
if the site is down try 20 minutes later.
As most of you know my main focus these days is development of Foswiki.
And we are about to release 1.1.0 of Foswiki (the 11th release since we
forked from TWiki end of 2008). And naturally I am eating my own dog
food so yesterday night I upgraded the site to the code we are about to
If the site is down - it is because I am fixing small things. Try a few
If you see problems or errors try this first.
- The site tells your browser to cache all js, css, png, gif and jpg
files for 11 days. Since a lot of the JS and CSS has bee updated you may
see problems. Especially when editing. Only if you have been editing
within the last 11 days though.
If you think something looks strange, try hitting control-F5. This
reloads the cache in most browsers.
- If the control F5 does not work - send me an email so I can look at it.
Some of the main updates done are in the Wysiwyg editor. And the skin
has got a small facelift.
Later I will experiment enabling a cache etc.
Most of you will mainly notice that the UI is improved and the text font
a little smaller.
Within the next 30 days my ADSL should be updated from 1 Mbit uplink to
2 Mbit uplink. Hopefully this will make the site a little snappier. I
just hope the provider does not goof up anything during the upgrade.