Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 21st, 2010

@jonoabroad Confirmed. It’s not in the cache at all. Searched for a comment string in the CSS file, no hits.

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@jonoabroad I don’t think it’ll be in the cache. The CSS file has been changed plenty of times recently. We need one from arounf mid-Nov.

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@jonoabroad Good thinking. But how the fuck do I pull a CSS file out of Google’s cache? I mean, site:example.com obviously, but…

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Since the Full Moon will keep me awake anyway, I might as well re-do this CSS work that was accidentally trashed.

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Summer solstice is indeed tomorrow 22 December at 1038 AEDT. Thanks all.

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Is today the Solstice? What time is it, exactly?

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; gym, yes, the gym; dinner, I presume, but I do not have total control over these things. Attention limited.

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@jplonie @jeamland No, there’s no SLA for this client’s website. I merely bill by the hour to do things. It’s not management. It’s support.

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OK, a temporary fix is in place. I’ve estimated the amount of work that needs to be re-done. The client has been notified. ‘Tis enough!

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Oh no. Just making multiple copies of those backups caused the account to go over its storage quote. I’m sure that didn’t break anything.

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Oh this is a nice “improvement”. I can’t log into this client’s account via SFTP. This gets moar betteror by the moment!

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Documenting for the client exactly how much work will need to be re-done. Not too much, thankfully.

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Oh it’s not a corrupt file in that sense, @thepatus. It’s a version control error that wasn’t spotted before it was dutifully backed up.

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And the relevant files in the monthly backup of 9/12 [WTF?] are broken too. There are no further backups. Frustrated pondering begins.

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And the relevant files in the weekly backup of 17/12 are broken. Starting to copy the monthly backup from NAS. Strongly considering whiskey.

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RT @jeamland: Is whiskey a documented part of your business continuity plan? [It’s not “documented” as such…]

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Nope, the relevant files in last night’s daily backup are broken. Starting to copy the weekly backup from the NAS. Considering whiskey.

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You know the day is ending on a sour note when you’ve got the tar man page open in one window and last night’s server backups in another.

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@zerogeewhiz I think you’re in la-la land. ADSL requires you to pay for a landline as well (or pay higher naked ADSL costs). NBN TCO FTW.

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Me at ABC The Drum: “It’s the NBN Corporate Plan, not a crystal ball” http://arseh.at/2vr

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Retail ISPs have to pay for marketing, support, billing, backhaul and international links, @zerogeewhiz, as well as NBN wholesale.

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Story 1 filed! And Story 2 has been renegotiated to a later deadline. Take that, Full Moon!

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OK, I’m now working on the first article, which requires me having some vague understanding of these NBN documents. Shoosh, you lot.

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Tue plan, in theory: Write for both ABC and Crikey; lunch; catch up on the comms backlog; gym and whatever with @SnarkyPlatypus.

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My office looks like it’s been the venue for some sort of explosion. Some cleaning must be done some time.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je ne suis pas loin d’être assez humide pour une marée roi. Pas encore, de toute façon.

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Pondering how I’m going to get two articles written before midday. Methinks I’ll have to re-work something here.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je pense que les influences de la Pleine Lune sont déjà avec nous. Attendez, vous verrez. Et vous?

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Hang on, a Tuesday now? What is the meaning of this?

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