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From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Oct 23 2002 - 16:55:05 PDT

I just received this message in reply to my inquiry
about the problems with our list serve. It sounds like
good news. I suggest you save the e-mail address for
Nick Honeysett for future reference.
                                        Woody in KC

Nik Honeysett wrote:

> Woody,

> Thanks for your concern over the patient, who is currently undergoing some much-needed medical attention and about to receive some augmentation surgery.

> The underlying problem is that Lyris, the listserve we use for ArtsEdNet Talk, has a legacy FoxPro database running on an old and tired Ultra 5 webserver. This combination is buckling under the strain of the amount of data and use. We are currently working on a project to replace both of these: a new Netra server and an Oracle database - our current ETD is week two of November.

> AEN is one of the most popular sections of our website, so be assured that this issue is receiving the appropriate amount of attention.

> regards,
> -nik

> Nik Honeysett
> Manager, Web Group
> J. Paul Getty Trust
> tel: 310-440-7346
> fax: 310-440-7704

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