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Hi all,

I just tried to edit the TDF wiki and realized that it is currently

Periodic downtime is a minor annoyance at the best of times, but may
be a bigger problem for some of our upcoming events including the 4.2
Beta2 Bug Hunting Session:

Is there something we can do to ensure that we'll have reliable access
to the wiki?  Could we keep a read-only copy of the pages as a backup
and hot-switch over to them whenever the pages are inaccessible?

Reliable resources are especially important when we're welcoming new
contributors -- we want them to have a great experience so they'll
come back and work with us in the future.


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