beta May 27, 2009

Server Fault Public Beta Launches

Q: How do geeks know it’s a holiday? A: Because the Google logo changed. Yes, I said we’d launch Server Fault on the 25th, completely missing the fact that the 25th happens to be Memorial Day, a major holiday that most businesses observe, at least here in the United States. Hopefully everyone had a very…
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Q: How do geeks know it’s a holiday?

A: Because the Google logo changed.

Yes, I said we’d launch Server Fault on the 25th, completely missing the fact that the 25th happens to be Memorial Day, a major holiday that most businesses observe, at least here in the United States.

Hopefully everyone had a very pleasant Memorial Day holiday, and came back ready to crack their knuckles and get down to some serious server, networking, and desktop infrastructure business, yes?

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Because as of today, Server Fault is open for public beta!

Tell your sysadmin and IT professional friends — come join us at serverfault.com!

(and a quick thanks to our friends at woot! who sponsored the launch, too)

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