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Postby C Rule » Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:29 am

Hi Folks
I was unable to gain access to the LAA forum over the weekend of 23-24 Sept. It appeared the server was down.
Anyone care to comment
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Re: LAA Forum

Postby Brian Hope » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:50 pm

It does seem to go on the blink now and again, and if it does it at the weekend then unfortunately nobody is around to fix it.
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Re: LAA Forum

Postby Chris Martyr » Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:46 pm

Our forum is without doubt somewhat under-utilised.
But as far as I can see , that's a good thing. It means we're all happy .
People do still visit here . That has been proved by Brian's speedy reply.
But if you look at the more 'livelier' forums , a lot of the subjects do tend to be ,'same old , same old'.
Any subjects , either here or on Maint./Engineering do tend to get addressed if they warrant any sort of comment.
Must admit , I've visited here before when there's been 'road works' , but it's definitely not a problem.
The only time it does give me a problem is when folk take LAA matters and hang 'em out to dry in someone else's garden. Otherwise,,,,,,,,,,,,no problem. 8)
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Re: LAA Forum

Postby PaulSS » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:17 pm

I had the same thing, Colin, and it was a repetition of problem experienced during the rally. I click on the Forum and it starts to load but then the progress strip stops (at about 10%) and goes to sleep for ever more. Maybe the ladies in the office need a yellow sticky on the server power button that says 'do not turn off', when they shut up shop for the weekend :D
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Re: LAA Forum

Postby C Rule » Thu Sep 28, 2017 10:14 am

That sounds like a excellent idea!
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Re: LAA Forum

Postby mikeblyth » Thu Sep 28, 2017 3:46 pm

Better form a committee do a risk assessment produce 300 pages of information etc :lol:
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