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Contributed by jose on from the fixin-problems dept.

smoon asks: "Is anyone else having trouble getting to It hasn't been resolving for me recently and a command-line 'whois' returns nothing either.

I finally went to verisign and used their whois, which didn't work the first time but the second time I got a name server and did some nslookup work to come up with the IP address.

I'm glad to see the site is up, but wanted to notify someone that the outside world may not be seeing it." Hey folks, sorry to say it but yep, we had a small problem with our DNS after the migration. Should be fixed, so propogation should smooth out by mid-week. For those curious, this affects stuff like Slaskback (from /.) and people hitting the RSS feed with the IP. You can fix this locally by using an entry in /etc/hosts pointing to the .50 address. Sorry about this, and thanks to Jim for tracking down the errant entry and fixing it.

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  2. By Anonymous Coward () on

    I was so lonely without :(

  3. By Anonymous Coward () on

    all weekend it didnt work for me. a lot of peopel in
    #openbsd on freenode had the same result...

  4. By Anonymous Coward () on

    They simply did get hacked, had to switch pipeline.

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