It is now 12:32 AM PST, 9 hours after you apologized to us, and wrote that
"We have resolved the issue that caused this outage and expect things to go
back to normal shortly. " You wrote that after stating that "the maintenance
work we were doing on the servers has made the system slightly less stable
for these past few days".
So far, it's business as usual, 9 hours after you wrote this. No
connection, no syncing. Foldershare has been broken now for what, 2 or 3
Is this project so poorly funded that such a misconception of the severity
of the situation by none other than the Program Manager - Windows Live
FolderShare --can occur? No slight to you, Anton, but what is going on with
"Anton Katz [MSFT]" wrote:
> Thank you all for actively participating in this newsgroup. Your posts are
> informative and the criticism is constructive, which allows us to get better
> at what we do.
> I would like to personally apologize for not keeping you up to date
> regarding these last outages, unfortunately, the maintenance work we were
> doing on the servers has made the system slightly less stable for these past
> few days. We have resolved the issue that caused this outage and expect
> things to go back to normal shortly.
> Everything we read in this newsgroup makes it to our meetings and
> discussions, so please do not think that the input you give is overlooked.
> Your user experience is our primary focus, so it is highly important for us
> as a team to know what you guys think.
> In the near future, we will make an effort to let you know ASAP regarding
> future or current outages, their estimated downtime, as well as news
> regarding the product.
> Thank you all once again!
> Anton Katz
> Program Manager - Windows Live FolderShare