Posted by Kaelten Oct 06, 2011 at 14:35 UTC
6th Annual UI Author Dinner
It's that time of year again when we get together and have a great meal and hang out before Blizzcon kicks in full swing. This year we're looking at Thursday night around 9pm and will be within walking distance of the convention. For the last few years, we (Curse and WowInterface) have had the pleasure of picking up the tab for the evening, and we're glad to do so again this year.
If you'd like to attend please sign up over here.
Curse's 2011 Blizzcon Party
On Friday, October 21st from 8 PM to 2 AM on the 2nd floor of the Hilton hotel next to the Anaheim Convention Center, Curse will be celebrating BlizzCon with fellow gamers and VIPs. The party will feature an open bar, swag, live DJ, giveaways courtesy of our amazing sponsors, Logitech and Intel, and attendees from all over the gaming industry.
There will be several VIP’s in attendance including Felicia Day and other actors from the cast of The Guild, several of your favorite WoW community members, Vloggers, VCasters, and pro-players.
If you're an author, going to be at Blizzcon, and would like to attend (and haven't already got an invite) send me a PM with your name and email address.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again!
Posted by Torhal Aug 26, 2011 at 16:54 UTC
Since WoW will soon be available for Brazil, we have added ptBR (Brazilian Portuguese) to the Localization app.
Posted by Ackis Jul 12, 2011 at 16:26 UTC
We're currently in the process of moving knowledge base articles and wiki's around. This means some links won't work until everything is transitioned.
Thank you for your patience.
Posted by Kaelten Jun 27, 2011 at 21:09 UTC
We're going to be bringing the repositories down temporarily for a migration. I'd expect the downtime to be less than an hour and will start within the next 10.
Update: We started a few mins late, but we're doing the final catchup sync now. We'll be done shortly.
Update: We're waiting on the final sync to finish, then we'll be turning services back on. Sorry for the delay.
Update: We're complete and back online, please report any issues with any repositories.
Posted by prencher Jun 26, 2011 at 18:27 UTC
We've posted a story on curse.com explaining what happened in the last few days to cause this downtime, and what we're doing to prevent it ever happening again.
Murphy's law being what it is, luck would have it that our SSL certificates for CurseForge and WowAce expired just as the downtime bagan, on June 23rd. Please rest assured there's no security breach, they are simply certificates that expired at about the worst possible time. We will be updating them on Monday, June 27th.
Update June 27th: The SSL certificates have now been updated.