I know. I've been having the same problems. I'm pretty
busy these days, and it seems that when I have a few
minutes to work on Wikipedia, I can't get anywhere.
Today I was trying to pull up some articles on
copyright issues, but it was slow to the point of
Are the web server and the database server the same
-- Stephen Gilbert
--- D Fisher <fisherd(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
For the first month or so that I was involved with
wikipedia, I found it great fun and very rewarding.
Then the response problems started, and the
enjoyment I get from it has gradually waned until I
am now wondering why I even bother to try and log
on. Today, for example, I have attempted to access
wikipedia at regular intervals and have never
managed to get further than "Recent Changes".
Yesterday was the same.
I realise that the software is maintained on a
voluntary basis. However, if we can't do any better
than this, I think we may as well throw in the
towel. What is the point of an encyclopedia that no
one is able to read?
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