Discussion in 'Site Feedback' started by whoward69, Mar 8, 2016.
It's March ...
OK, taken down.
I had the same thought at the weekend and forgot to mention it!
The early Roman Kingdom calendar began in March, which is why the last months September, October, November, December have names meaning 7th month, 8th month, 9th month, 10th month.
I wondered about the same historical point when I saw the OP yesterday.
This is about one of those page-top things that I closed and have already completely forgotten, isn't it?
Yes, that's correct.
I did read it first.
Say - a few week ago, after this, I started seeing that migration announcement w/ no collapse option.
...Seems to me that the difficult server migration is best forgotten this far along, not taking up page-top space until the end of the forthcoming July...
Thought I'd gotten rid of this. Should be gone now. Thanks for the tip.
...I notice today that it's back. Tried [Ctrl]F5 to be sure before I posted...
^I'm not seeing any New Year announcements. Could this be a browser issue? I'm using Firefox, and I know you prefer a different browser.
If it refuses to go away, just look at it this way: It's probably a new year on some other planet, and we're sending good wishes to that place.
I'm talking about the server migration announcement I'd mentioned previously that Petek thought he's gotten rid of -it was gone for me between then and today- coming back...
This announcement is run by a script, something I hadn't seen before. I set the announcement to expire in the past, but the script seems to have reverted the expiration date. I'll delete it later on tonight to avoid stressing the server.
Sorry, I misread things, then. I've been seeing the server migration notice, too.
The server migration announcement should be gone for good (I hope).
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