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Thank you for the frank, open, and total claim of fault with no dithering or excuses. We all make mistakes. It'd be nice if more people admitted them, worked to mitigate and correct them, and owned their actions. I was away form the site a few days and wasn't inconvenienced by this. Honestly, I probably wouldn't remember the problem after a couple of days even if I had. I will, however, remember the response for some time. It's a classy example for everyone to follow when we screw up in the future.

In reply to Re: A DNS screwup by me (and A new webserver machine soon in the rotation) by mr_mischief
in thread A DNS screwup by me (and A new webserver machine soon in the rotation) by Co-Rion

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