Six Apart Meltdown Halts Post Blogs

If you were looking for Froomkin’s White House Briefing, or the Going Out Gurus Blog today, or any of the Post’s other blogs, you likely found yourself looking at something from last week. The Post hosts their weblogs with Six Apart as part of the TypePad service, and sadly their servers lobotomized themselves early this morning. They’re slowly coming back online now, and content will be restored to the Post’s blogs so you can get caught up on the latest scoop from the Capitol’s best newspaper.

That said, if any of the WaPo bloggers need a place to write about their withdrawal today, or a place to vent about dealing with a broken blog, they should feel free to email me at dcmetblogs splat and we’ll be glad to give you an outlet. What’s a newsman to say when his blog’s not responding? Was it a good afternoon to just pour another drink at the Post Pub and relax?

Or, take a gander at our interview with Hal Straus, the Post’s chief blogmaster.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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