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Le 10/05/11 10:37, Cor Nouws a écrit :

Hi Cor,

Coincidentally I replied to two comments for my CT2N extension this
morning. Without problem. But trying now, results in the error you mention.

Thanks at least for confirming, but I've seen reports on the users list,
and even a few bug reports where people have already mentioned that they
can't access Extension XYZ.

Whilst I can understand that it may be easier to just add some blurb to
the website with words akin to "USERS BEWARE : the extensions site
appears to be currently suffering from availability issues", etc, this
does not actually solve the underlying problem. A quick whois tells me
that the servers are registered to Sun (no surprise there), so we remain
dependent on the goodwill of an Oracle (Sun) controlled server to be
able to continue to access extensions.

Both you, I, and everyone else here know that given the current climate
of uncertainty relating to the "opening by Oracle of OOo to _a_
Community run project", leaving users looking for extensions to their
own devices, or as we say more colloquially "in the lurch" is not the

Are our resources so constrained that we can not, could not, provide
such an infrastructure ourselves ?


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