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michael1959
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 1:11PM
Many thanks
dorioconnell
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 1:20PM
Aperture plug in is working again. Thank you!
AlpamayoPhoto
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 1:22PM
Great, it works now!  Hmmm ... what did we break now with this fix
MikeCherim
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 1:33PM
Thank you... working now.
tirc83
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 1:56PM
Can we have some feedback on what went wrong and what caused the outage?
nicolesy
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 2:11PM
Working well with ImageManager ... thanks so much!!!
tirc83
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 2:16PM

Sometimes I think I'm living on my own planet. I'm frustrated as hell by these unexplained problems and I'm surrounded by people whooping for joy that things are working again! Sheesh. Must be an age thing


 


 
nicolesy
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 2:19PM
Posted By tirc83:

Sometimes I think I'm living on my own planet. I'm frustrated as hell by these unexplained problems and I'm surrounded by people whooping for joy that things are working again! Sheesh. Must be an age thing sad

It's technology ... unexplained h*ck happens and IMO they do a great job jumping on the problem and resolving it ASAP. This is a huge site and it takes a lot more work than most of us can fathom (including me)!
dorioconnell
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 2:31PM
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Posted By tirc83:

Sometimes I think I'm living on my own planet. I'm frustrated as hell by these unexplained problems and I'm surrounded by people whooping for joy that things are working again! Sheesh. Must be an age thing :-(


 


 

I just don't take things for granted and I appreciate when things get sorted. I was able to upload manual anyway, so it wasn't a big deal in my opinion.

I don't know about the age thing though, I am still too young for that
AlpamayoPhoto
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 2:56PM
Posted By nicolesy:


Posted By tirc83:

Sometimes I think I'm living on my own planet. I'm frustrated as hell by these unexplained problems and I'm surrounded by people whooping for joy that things are working again! Sheesh. Must be an age thing sad



It's technology ... unexplained h*ck happens and IMO they do a great job jumping on the problem and resolving it ASAP. This is a huge site and it takes a lot more work than most of us can fathom (including me)!


Nicolesy ... in software it is always people. When dealing with hardware or networks there are some elements of mistery .. but not with software. This phrase about mistery of technology was created by us, people in technology to cover our misfortunes at work place. Believe it or not, this observation is coming from someone who is doing this for ever (meaning developing, deploying and caring about complex software systems).

(Edited on 2009-05-22 15:00:24 by zorani)
nicolesy
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 3:05PM
^^ Yes, I realize that, but it's not like they are messing things up on purpose.
AlpamayoPhoto
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 3:11PM
Posted By nicolesy:
^^ Yes, I realize that, but it's not like they are messing things up on purpose. wink

LOL .. you are absolutely rigth! We software people never do it on purpose. Unfortunately in most of these cases (I'm only assuming at this point), there is lack of processes to stop the failure in the first place. There is whole science out-there dealing exactly with this things. It is called Change Management.
Thomas_EyeDesign
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 3:14PM
I thank you and my balls too.. Have a good weekend.
alanphillips
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 3:52PM
Posted By tirc83:

Sometimes I think I'm living on my own planet. I'm frustrated as hell by these unexplained problems and I'm surrounded by people whooping for joy that things are working again! Sheesh. Must be an age thing sad






Know what you mean.  I used to get like that but when you get even older you get over it.  The again, you are from Wales and I lived many years in the capital of Wales ... Shrewsbury (time to shut up Phillips)
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Fri May 22, 2009 4:55PM
Just got back from a lovely 3 day vacation in France. I see there have been some problems over here. There WAS internet in the hotel, but my wife warned me to not even come near it

Sorry I couldn't be of much help this way, but the problem was with the iStock servers, so there was not much I could have done anyway, as it seems.

Glad to see that iStock has been able to fix those Server errors. Thanks Rob for keeping people informed.
ezzystock
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Posted Sat May 23, 2009 2:34PM

the main question is: why dos every other stock plattform support flash, ftp, multiple upload   via browser.? but istock not??


mabey they make to much money on our picts, but dont invest a cent to get our live a bit easyer..(and we are talking 2009, what if i dont have my laptop on a travel? how can i upload a pict? yes one i can..


i realy dont get this! and a sever 500 error should be fixt in 25 hours..if you start fixing it..


verry verry unprofesional in my eyes!


 
nicolesy
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Posted Sat May 23, 2009 2:53PM
Posted By ezzystock:

the main question is: why dos every other stock plattform support flash, ftp, multiple upload via browser.? but istock not??

mabey they make to much money on our picts, but dont invest a cent to get our live a bit easyer..(and we are talking 2009, what if i dont have my laptop on a travel? how can i upload a pict? yes one i can..smile

i realy dont get this! and a sever 500 error should be fixt in 25 hours..if you start fixing it..

verry verry unprofesional in my eyes!

I'm gonna take a wild guess that this error didn't even affect you, since you don't have any images in your portfolio.
ezzystock
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Posted Sun May 24, 2009 6:32AM

mdm nicolesy ;your guess are wrong! the bad look on my side too..75 are waiting to be uploaded..anyway my quote was rather why there ar no alternative upload possibilitis on istock. this 500 server problem seemed to apear more oftern in the last times,if i read this topics, even im a newcommer on this plattform, dosen mean im a newcommer in this business..other big plattforms like fotolia or shutter provide this webbrowser upload possibilitis!


but now everthing seemd to be working and we are all happy again!


 


 
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