I should have sent out a notice earlier, but Speakeasy physically moved the Atlanta POP. They are currently in the process of working with their upstream provider to get the routing tables straightened out. This move occurred about 10:30 UTC this morning, and continues to be unresolved.
No OS upgrades (yet), and I've been paying the bills, so no worries there.
Just keep trying periodically. It'll come back up sooner or later. I didn't know this was going to happen until a few hours before it actually did, and I was remiss on not posting something on my homenode. This outage is also affecting tinymicros.com.
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