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[31JAN17] PMDG 747-400 Queen of the Skies II: Waiting on paperwork...

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Store down again.  same message as before that the Queen will not release immediately when it comes back online.


Andrew Jones

 

 

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It's up and running here.


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Odd.  Still down for me.

Probably because you're refreshing the maintenance page, that's on a separate URL. Browse back into the store from the front page.


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Have been at work for three hours feels like eight. Only thing getting done here is F5.


Roger Blackmore

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I dont know how randazzo is still going. he posted todays first post at 6:40~ this morning. in my logic he had to have a meeting with the rest of the crew to see if the release is about to happen. so that tells me he started at 4 am. an hour to wake up get ready for the day, an hour + for the meeting. then debugging all day and test flying new builds to see if the changes work. all while the rest of us drool over the pictures.


Scott Stefanatz

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I dont know how randazzo is still going. he posted todays first post at 6:40~ this morning. in my logic he had to have a meeting with the rest of the crew to see if the release is about to happen. so that tells me he started at 4 am. an hour to wake up get ready for the day, an hour + for the meeting. then debugging all day and test flying new builds to see if the changes work. all while the rest of us drool over the pictures.

 

I don't think he actually sleeps.


Wes Meyer

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"This site can’t be reached

 

www.precisionmanuals.com took too long to respond."

 

Woops!

 

EDIT: And back.


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I dont know how randazzo is still going. he posted todays first post at 6:40~ this morning. in my logic he had to have a meeting with the rest of the crew to see if the release is about to happen. so that tells me he started at 4 am. an hour to wake up get ready for the day, an hour + for the meeting. then debugging all day and test flying new builds to see if the changes work. all while the rest of us drool over the pictures.

 

I might be wrong, but I can't imagine they're debugging much in the actual build today.  Probably just making sure the servers and everything are up and running well.

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Works fine here.


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