We will be performing maintenance on the Ning Platform this coming Friday, December 2nd, from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. (Midnight) Pacific Time. During this time, all Ning Networks will be unavailable.
We’re proud to have been able to realize a consistently high uptime over the past year. To keep this consistent record high, we need to perform some crucial upgrades to hardware, systems and databases. We want to ensure your Ning Network stays online and speedy for the next year and beyond.
What will happen?
Tell your members!
We recommend advising your members of this downtime in advance via a broadcast message and/or other notices on your Main Page. We’ve put together some boilerplate language you can use for messaging by simply copying and pasting. Or, tailor it for your members. We’ve included a few options here for you: one formal and one a bit more informal:
We know that maintenance like this can be an inconvenience, and we appreciate your patience while we perform it.
Not sure what time this will be where you are? Try this time converter app:
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Thanks Eric. In regards to your comment: "...realize a consistently high uptime over the past year" - - I agree! The downtime on the Ning platform has been minimal, and appreciated. The platform has been way above average for uptime.
I agree, Jen. Almost no downtime since I launched my site in the summer of 2009. I certainly can't say that for my main website--which is why we haven't even considered any other platform.
Thanks for the heads-up, Eric.
Thank You, Eric :)
thanks for the heads up
Thanks Eric, you all have done a great job, glad to know maintenance is being done, this will only make our networks better and more reliable.
Gracias por avisar!
Hola escucha.com, también puse una discusión sobre este tema en el grupo de creadores en español aquí.
Thanks for the update
Small question for us over in the UK, what will that be for us over here ? Not sure what your time differance is.
We're 8 hours behind you, so it will be from 0600 to 0800 GMT.
Brilliant, thanks Aaron for the update on that.