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Migration complete! You're all testers now...

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  • 31 Dec 15:55
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  • Huge release pushed to production today. Hosted RoR provider to AWS, ruby 1.8->2.0, rails 2->3->4, mysql 5.1->5.6, and latin1->utf8 for good measure.  Please report any and all bugs, and get your Bug Hunter achievement levelled up.   Swing batter batter!

    It's moving day!

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  • 31 Dec 15:05
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  • I'm about to get the copy going. Any new content after noon PST today won't be copied over. I chose to leave things up, versus a 'down for maintenance' page, because the gametable will remain fully functional during the transition, and changes there are ok. Here we go...  

    It's moving day!

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  • 31 Dec 15:05
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  • I'm about to get the copy going. Any new content after noon PST today won't be copied over. I chose to leave things up, versus a 'down for maintenance' page, because the gametable will remain fully functional during the transition, and changes there are ok. Here we go...  

    Encoding issues solved, ready for more testing

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  • 06 Dec 17:57
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  • Hello all, TLDR: UTF-8 is prepared for world domination, Latin1 isn't. I have gotten the encoding issues straightened out, and there's a fresh copy of production data pushed up to http://crit.infrno.net, please log in over there and kick the tires if you please. So, what was the deal? The stack we're upgrading from, Rails...

    Migration update, encoding edition

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  • 30 Nov 00:03
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  • Hello all! I've run into a character encoding issue, which is a blocking bug. Ye olde environment was latin1 start to finish. The new AWS environment wanted utf-8, which I've switched over, but something's off. Profile updates, when some content contains non-ascii, just loses it's mind.  Things are moving, but...