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Recovering from the Managed.com event

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    From personal experience, servers operated by Managed.com are coming back online.  For some this is great news.  For others, the news is quite bad, and those folks are hurt badly.

    This is one of those times where the community can come together and provice relief in the face of a real disaster.

    I have time that I can donate to help those needing it.  I'm sure that many of you do, also.  So, if you are able and willing to help, please add to this thread with information on how people can contact you.

    In my case, use the Contact Us form at the website listed in my signature.

    Should anyone have ideas as to how we could bring forth a coordinated effort, that is also worthy of discussion, but let's keep this thread free for offers of help only.

    Let's step up as a community to help our members in need.

    (Note, I'm not suggesting financial help, only technical help.  That one is a real can of worms, I fear!)

    Joe Craig
    Patapsco Research Group

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      Do you have knowledge as to how useful obtaining backups from the Internet Archive is?

      The instrucitons I read at https://www.waybackmachinedownloader.com/en/how-to-download-site-from-wayback-machine/ are heavily WP focused. Sould I just get the data and then build it back into a new DNN site the normal way?


      Simon Thompson UK

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        Simon - I just used wayback to get some actual content back and then built the site on a new install. In a couple of cases I also used the Google cached page.
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