On 2 August 2012 23:12, Jeremy Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > There's some #s at http://status.wikimedia.org/ but they don't go back
> in time too far.
That's great :-) Here's what I sent them. Seems Wikipedia is *rather
important* to the BBC newsroom at the moment ...
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Gerard <email@example.com>
Date: 2 August 2012 23:23
Subject: Re: Query from the BBC Newsroom
Technical hiccups happen occasionally, unfortunately :-) Most pass
momentarily, more noteworthy ones tend to get noted on the technical
mailing list. I would guess you experienced the problem detailed here: http://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikitech-l/2012-August/062111.html
There's a status page here: http://status.wikimedia.org/
Someone emailed our uptime over the last year to one of the lists
recently, but I can't find it ...
We're not perfect - as a charity, we run on a shoestring - but we do
our best and admit our hiccups and errors :-)
On 2 August 2012 22:37, [snip] wrote: >
> Dear Mr Gerard,
> We noticed that Wikipedia was down for a short period of time this evening.
> We wondered if there was a specific problem.
> If you could either ring or email me that would be appreciated.
> Tel No:[snip]
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