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First, a big thank-you to you and vroom for all the work, and also for taking the time to keep everyone informed.

In that same vein, would you be willing to write up a more detailed node, tentatively titled "Lessons Learned from the Server Move"? I'm thinking about bringing up a site based on Everything, and information about your experience would be invaluable. I realize it may be too late now -- you're done, glad it's over, don't want to relive the pain ;-). But if you have notes on what happened, personally I'd be very interested in reading more detail. I'm sure there are others who would be interested also.

Once again, thanks for all the effort.

In reply to Re: PerlMonks Server Move by VSarkiss
in thread PerlMonks Server Move by nate

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