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As of 2:59pm PST (RP) social networking still down. According NING "We are still seeing error and maintenance messages on a few Ning Networks. Our engineers have narrowed down the cause of this maintenance and are working on a fix now. We will post another update here at 4:45pm Pacific. Thanks!" (2010,

My last visit to (RP) at 10:10pm PST, the social networking website still down. The message posted in the website is "We apologize for the inconvenience, but is currently undergoing maintenance."

Well I guess this is one of the disadvantage of hosting with NING with your social network. :(

Ning resolved the problem as noted in their blog.

2:55pm PST NING back to unscheduled maintenance affecting our community e.g. (RP)
4:55pm PST NING engineers still trying to figure out on how to resolve this issue. Most NING social networks intermittently going up and down for the past 48 hours as of 6:42pm PST.


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