[linux-elitists] [Fwd: [nyphp-talk] in the name of g-d... WHY??]
Laurie Lynne Tucker
Fri May 3 18:03:20 PDT 2002
I guess this explains it... (from the top of the home page)
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Notice: The Sair Linux Operations has moved!
Sair Linux and GNU Certification has been integrated into the Thomson
Learning corporate and professional training operations in Naperville,
Illinois (home of NETg and Wave Technologies) and product development
operations in Limerick, Ireland.
This operations change does not affect our continuing support of Sair
Linux and GNU customers in training and certification. Feel free to
contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the support group at
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On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 07:18:54PM -0400, Ron Guerin wrote:
> Hmmm. Will this be like OSDN jobs? Run on Windows, disappear shortly
> after? They found the way out I guess.
> -----Forwarded Message-----
> From: George Herson <email@example.com>
> To: NYPHP Talk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [nyphp-talk] in the name of g-d... WHY??
> Date: 02 May 2002 13:35:12 -0400
> This message has been cleansed and archived.
> Since switching from PHP to ASP a week or two ago (judging from the web page
> names' extensions), Linuxcertification.com, the Sair Linux site, has alot of
> difficulty staying up or, as
> http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph/?host=linuxcertification.com puts it, "No
> uptime is currently available for linuxcertification.com."
> Now, i know there are alot of reasons for a website to become unavailable, but
> why would a linux site convert to IIS/ASP? I don't think they were bought by
> Microsoft :0 Maybe they need advanced MS functions?... I'd bounce this qn off
> them but their email address for qns is itself bouncing.
> ("<email@example.com>: Sorry, I couldn't find any host named sairinc.com.
> Prior to this, the site and org seemed high quality (which is why i spent $99 to
> take linux test 1 Sunday).
Laurie Lynne Tucker .~. Geek by Nature
Seattle, Washington / V \ --------------
firstname.lastname@example.org /( )\ Linux by Choice
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