Buckle Your Seat Belt. It May be a Bumpy Ride.

The Patheos Plumbers (IT people) are going to overhaul the inner workings of Public Catholic.

I’ve been told that comments may vanish and then come back. I don’t know what else will happen.

Just bear with us. Things will be all better (much better, in fact) once they finish.


NOTE: I’ve learned that Public Catholic will get the overhaul this weekend. When it happens, comments may blink on and off, but it will be temporary.

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  • Theodore Seeber

    Already noticed this over on Leah Libresco’s blog.

  • http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/ Manny

    I said this at Anchoress: I hope they get rid of those really annoying popups. ;)

    • Rebecca Hamilton

      I don’t see them. How annoying are they?

      • Theodore Seeber

        Annoying enough that at home at least, I edited my hosts file so that I’d never see them either.

  • Dale

    I hope the tune-up goes well. When I submit comments, I sometimes get a 504 Gateway Timeout error, leaving me wondering if my comment was successfully submitted or not. At other times, Patheos.com is simply sluggish, seeming to hang for several seconds before switching to a new page.

    • Rebecca Hamilton

      Dale, I’m having the same problems — and worse. Some of the “errors” I make are things I’ve corrected but didn’t go through. I’ve had to correct something as many as ten times before it “took.” Also, other things. I am glad that Patheos is trying to address these problems.

    • pagansister

      I too have had the 504 Gateway Timeout error at times. Hopefully the IT folks can solve the problems!

  • Dale

    I am a fairly new arrival to reading Patheos, and don’t know what it was like months or years ago. But I have gotten the impression that Patheos has grown tremendously during the past couple years. If that is the case, perhaps what we are encountering are simply growing pains. I am glad they are able to find, or to free up, some resources to address the problems. It may take time, but Patheos.com will harvest the reward of their investment.