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[libreoffice-website] WordPress broken images [urgent]

Hello everyone,

An incident happened between yesterday evening and today (now).

All images inserted into all blog posts of the WordPress instance
(especially the French version) cannot be loaded any more.

It appears the images are actually being mirrored on the WordPress CDN
(https://i1.wp.com) rather than being directly loaded from the WordPress
TDF instance.
For a reason I don't know all web browsers are now unable to load these
images, while the WordPress CDN still can be reached and images can be
directly reached.

Any help to provide?

I need to publish a blog post about Factur-X support into LibreOffice,
and without a proper fix, I cannot publish the tweet which will lead
people to a broken blog.


William Gathoye
Hyper<hack>tive volunteer for LibreOffice
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Member of LaMouette - French based association promoting ODF and LibreOffice

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Re: [libreoffice-website] WordPress broken images [urgent]Guilhem Moulin <guilhem@libreoffice.org>
Re: [libreoffice-website] WordPress broken images [urgent]"William Gathoye (LibreOffice)" <william.gathoye@libreoffice.org>
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