Fantastic news! Thanks so much to Dan and Christian for working on
this. It was not easy to get done (politically).
On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 2:27 PM, Dan Allen <dan.j.allen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Friday, May 28th, we migrated the seamframework.org
applications and databases to a new server host (from incubus.de in Germany
in Atlanta, GA). There was an unexpected 24 hour period of
downtime for seamframework.org
because of a communication breakdown in
getting the DNS entries updated. The in.relation.to site had a flawless
transition in contrast.
The purpose of this migration was to bring the server under the ownership
and funding of Red Hat. This move is separate from the possible migration of
, which is still being discussed and
negotiated. Let's not reignite that topic in this thread.
Part of the complexity in this migration is that we were also consolidating
the ownership of all the domain names for seamframework.org
in.relation.to (there are surprisingly a lot of them, and a lot of owners).
Some of the ownership transfer is still in progress, but the IP addresses
are now stable, so there should be no disruption throughout the rest of the
I'd like to thank Christian for making the transfer of the application very
easy. I'd also like to recognize the QE team (Jozef, Ondrej) for testing the
migrated site, Lincoln for helping with server configuration, Rodney for
provisioning the server, and both Pete and Rodney for staying on Red Hat IT
to get the DNS records updated.
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