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What happens to ProZ, since yesterday? (staff: 'resolved')
Thread poster: Ol_Besh

Ol_Besh  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:30
German to Ukrainian
+ ...
Nov 22, 2007

Hi all,
I would like to know, is it only me in Ukraine who cannot work in ProZ since yesterday, or is somebody else "suffering" like that all around the Globe?
Is there any remedy to expect?

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[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2007-11-23 15:43]


 

megane_wang  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 06:30
English to Spanish
+ ...
Seems to be alright here Nov 22, 2007

Lucky me?icon_smile.gif

Ruth


 

Mulyadi Subali  Identity Verified
Indonesia
Local time: 11:30
English to Indonesian
+ ...
local occurence? Nov 22, 2007

i don't recall any glitch at proz yesterday. have you checked your net provider?

 

Marie-Hélène Hayles  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:30
Italian to English
+ ...
Slow, but working Nov 22, 2007

It was definitely on the slow side for me yesterday, but got there in the end.

Edit: It's still quite slow today, actually.

[Edited at 2007-11-22 10:26]


 

Jutta Deichselberger  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:30
Member (2004)
French to German
+ ...
Slow! Nov 22, 2007

Here in Germany, it is slow, too! (Yesterday and today)

 

d_miteva  Identity Verified
Slovenia
Local time: 06:30
English to Macedonian
+ ...
Today's fine! Nov 22, 2007

Today's fine! But yesterday was really, really slow.

 

Ol_Besh  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:30
German to Ukrainian
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
So many encouraging (?!) replies from the quite opposite corners of the world: thank you all! Nov 22, 2007

Yesterday, it was almost impossible to work almost all day long. And in the early afternoon, a message about Read-only mode appeared. With this message, the semi-paralized functioning became full-paralized for an hour or so. I loosed my patience and went away. In the evening it was almost OK, even if vastly slowed down.

But today it is the whole catastrophe over and over again.

Note 1: My time zone is GMT +2.
Note 2: All other sites function excellently with my 100 MBps connection.

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Buck
Netherlands
Local time: 06:30
Dutch to English
sluggish Nov 22, 2007

Bit slow, but working in the Netherlands.

 

Haiyang Ai  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 23:30
English to Chinese
+ ...
Fine in China Nov 22, 2007

Worked fine in mainland China. Different countries share the same sever?

Regards,
Haiyang


 

Valentina_D  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:30
English to Italian
+ ...
Bad yesterday afternoon, fine today Nov 22, 2007

I couldn't open the Term Search, the Forum and the Kudoz windows yesterday afternoon.
I tried closing and relaunching Proz Homepage but it was completely stuck (I got the error message from Explorer that the page couldn't be opened).
So I had to give it up completely. It did worked again later in the afternoon/evening.
Today it's working fine until now.


 

Elizabeth Joy Pitt de Morales  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:30
Member (2007)
Spanish to English
+ ...
Ups and Downs Nov 22, 2007

Stubbornly slow yesterday, then "read-only" mode, which petered out to nothing loading half the time.

Slow today, but it is loading.

I hope things get better for you!

(Patience...)

icon_smile.gif

Liz


 

Charlie Bavington  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:30
French to English
As with others (in Europe, amyway) Nov 22, 2007

Really quite slow yesterday.
Not too bad today, but not super-fast.


 

Angeliki Papadopoulou  Identity Verified
Greece
Local time: 07:30
Member (2006)
English to Greek
+ ...
Did not notice any problems Nov 22, 2007

I guess I am among the lucky ones!icon_smile.gif

 

Assimina Vavoula
Greece
Local time: 07:30
Member (2005)
French to Greek
+ ...
Stubbornly slow yesterday, then "read-only" mode.... Nov 22, 2007

Stubbornly slow yesterday, then "read-only" mode. Today, it's OK, I think...

 

Anne Lee  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Member (2003)
Dutch to English
+ ...
was diverted to a Turkish (??) server Nov 22, 2007

The membership renewal reminder someone else received yesterday came up on my screen, too, except that parts of it were in Turkish and I was diverted to a Turkish server (http:tur.proz.com) which sent alarm bells ringing with my Internet security. I have forwarded a support ticket and then noticed that many of the support staff are currently visiting Argentina. Maybe some mice are dancing on the table while the cat is away from home (old Flemish saying).

 
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