From: Peter Kirk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 04 2004 - 12:22:30 CDT
On 03/05/2004 18:40, Rick McGowan wrote:
>The Unicode.ORG server move has gone more or less according to plan, and
>mail lists have been turned back on. Thank you for your patience.
>During the next few weeks, if you notice any service on Unicode.ORG that
>previously worked but is now broken, or if you suspect that some HTML files
>are missing or corrupted please do not hesitate to contact me (off list
>please). I will investigate.
> Rick McGowan
> Unicode, Inc.
I sent several messages to the list between 16:20 and 16:30 GMT which
were simply lost. These were therefore sent some time before the
announced time of the list being closed down - timing which I chose
deliberately. This is not an acceptable way to manage a list server. You
should refuse to accept messages which you are unable to deliver so that
they are queued for retransmission when the server comes up again.
I am resending these messages, when I can get Internet access from here
in Azerbaijan which is sometimes a problem. This is resulting in a
considerable delay to important traffic, and significant expense to me
as I have to pay by the minute for Internet access.
-- Peter Kirk email@example.com (personal) firstname.lastname@example.org (work) http://www.qaya.org/
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