We're doing some long-scheduled work on our web servers this afternoon. You may notice a brief interruption in service as everything catches flame and melts down, sending thick, black smoke pouring through the data center and triggering a Halon release.
Or maybe not. It's hard to tell from here.
Anyhow, if something seems wonky on the site in the next couple of hours, that's probably why. We may lose a few forum comments posted during the transition from old to new servers, so save your massive, wall-o'-text posts in a text editor, folks.
I'll post a quick update once the fire has been suppressed.
Update: If you see this message, you're now accessing our new web server. If you see anything broken around here, let us know, so we can look into it. Thanks!
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