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The website www.johnroy.com and mailing list email@example.com is
now available again after an outage of 3.5 weeks.
I humbly apologise for any inconvience that this outage caused. The
reason for the failure was a serious fire in the New York based
hosting facility which destroyed all computers. I tend to think this
'fire' came in the form of enterprising thieves with a crowbar and an
eye for expensive computers, but 'fire' was the official reason.
I was reluncant to move to a different hosting service as I have
been very happy with netrunners.com - they are very competent, a
rare thing in this industry. In november I should be able to get
the pi3.org site running on my own box and T1, until then it will
remain at netrunners.com
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Have a nice day,
P.S. As with any outage involving changed DNS servers, it may
take a while for DNS entries for johnroy.com to propagate, this
should be cleared up by now.
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