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Posted by: Bulk
Date posted: Jul 28 2004
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Wavelength, and all the other sites hosted on Wavebot (the name of the server) are moving to a brand new data centre, and a brand new server. We'll have lots of disk space at our new location, so lots of growing room for the neat plans we have. Now for the bad news: the move entails a few days of down time, while the DNS updates. The website will be taken offline at some point on Monday (August 2nd) evening. The website will pop back online the moment your ISP updates its DNS, which usually takes 24-48 hours.

update: If you can see this, you are seeing the new server.

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Posted By: EarthQuake on Jul 29 2004 at 23:52:22
:(

Posted By: Zipster on Jul 30 2004 at 18:26:11
Forget this DNS crap, just give us the direct IP! We're hardcore like that!

Posted By: Bulk on Jul 31 2004 at 01:04:51
only problem is the site wont work with IP's because of the subdomains :/

Posted By: Pongles on Jul 31 2004 at 18:53:23
I suppose while its down, we could play Doom 3 :D

Posted By: Bulk on Aug 01 2004 at 00:24:57
Indeed!

Posted By: jim_the_coder on Aug 03 2004 at 18:41:10
It's back! Yay! What new features can we expect with all this added space etc?

Posted By: rkzad on Aug 03 2004 at 20:06:41
An all new IP!!! wooooo

The birds are flying south...?

Posted By: Bulk on Aug 04 2004 at 05:11:23
Haha, nice rkzad.

Posted By: EarthQuake on Aug 05 2004 at 02:23:50
So this new server is for the coming of something on a grand scale?

Wavelength 4.0!?!?

Posted By: Bulk on Aug 05 2004 at 05:24:18
NO ONE SAID THAT. STOP LOOKING AT ME! GO AWAY!

Posted By: pplante on Aug 05 2004 at 05:37:48
wavelength will fold into itself before 4.0 is released...

Posted By: Zipster on Aug 05 2004 at 08:57:26
A good name for 4.0 might be... SquareWave! Ha HA, science joke!

Posted By: rkzad on Aug 06 2004 at 07:38:54
There will be no Wavelength 4.0.

Posted By: Bulk on Aug 06 2004 at 17:52:57
Numbers are so passé.

Posted By: Zipster on Aug 07 2004 at 22:30:35
As is taking the time to paste accented characters into one's comment :P Maybe for the next Wavelength you can just drop back down to 1.0 and call it a "retro edition."

Posted By: Bulk on Aug 08 2004 at 02:13:48
Thank rkzad for the accent, I had "pase" and he went to the trouble of doing it to correct me!

Posted By: EarthQuake on Aug 08 2004 at 06:33:22
I probably already said this before, but why are we at version 3.0? I remember waiting for TWL 2.0 one after noon (I skipped school for the occasion), then about 3 days later Bulk is like "keke lol TWL 3.0!!#@ 8)".

Posted By: Bulk on Aug 08 2004 at 17:19:49
Well 2.0 was the version I made, using basically a modified forum. It was a huge hack, and very unweidly. We used that from May '03 to August '03. August is when rkzad came on the scene and put my PHP skills to complete shame :)

Posted By: rkzad on Aug 09 2004 at 07:36:02
And still nobody has found my little easter egg... although I guess it is a little hard to find...

Posted By: SilentSounD on Aug 11 2004 at 19:52:38
i found it :) just kiddin'

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