is alive! (again) (the javadoc website designed for communal collaborative translation) is finally back up again after a couple of days being dead. It took so long because (tragically) I have a Real Job. It went down because of a small bug, which I then componded by having a guess about what was wrong, that turned out to be totally incorrect. I was once again reminded by brutal reality of one of the most important principles of debugging:
If you don't see the bug where you're looking, perhaps you're looking in the wrong place
Long story, all boring. One silver lining is that some nice indexing improvements contributed by Charles Liu got incorporated into the production server. Thanks!
January 30, 2007