Friday, January 09, 2009

Lib Dem Voice blog suspended?

Strange but when I try to hit www.libdemvoice.org I get redirected to this.

Someone forget to pay the bill?

16 comments:

Dungeekin said...

Dizzy

No, they didn't forget to pay the bill.

They just realised that nobody actually cares about the Limp-Dumbs.

D

DARWEN REPORTER said...

Well I believe Google can suspend accounts for the following reasons:

Non-delivery of orders
Excessive chargebacks
Excessive disputes
Negative buyer ratings
Inability to verify account information
Terms of service violation
Outstanding negative balance


I think they tick most of the boxes. Ha!

Matt Wardman said...

Two weeks ago it was CPU load.

Anonymous said...

Still works for me

Anonymous said...

Back up,or is it just the mobile version? Limp-Dumbs? Bit tame isn't it?

Unsworth said...

Unfortunately it works for me....

Mark Pack said...

Processor load gone too high actually.

Shame the hosting firm doesn't do a "sorry, this site is too popular" error message instead :-)

brian in the tamar valley said...

Just clicked on the link Dizzy. Straight into their site - no problems.

John M Ward said...

It's back now.

Anonymous said...

Thats not the first time its happened. I seem to remember reading about the same thing on political betting.com earlier in the week, or was it last week?

Anonymous said...

Thats not the first time its happened. I seem to remember reading about the same thing on political betting.com earlier in the week, or was it last week?

James Higham said...

Or Gordo's lot are at it.

Ed said...

I see that only Lib Dem party members can post or even view posts on the LibDemVoice blog. Are all LibDems so scared of possible feedback on how they do things?

On a related note I see that to post on their blog you have to give your LibDem membership number to be verified. This info together with the your name and address is sent, electronically, to the LibDem party, who then respond with a 'is a member' or 'is not a member'.

I wonder how this two-way sharing of information matches up with the requirements of the Data Protection Act seeing that the LibDemVoice does not appear to be a LibDem party owned or controlled website?

Matthew said...

Why don't they just get decent hosting?
Oh! ...They're Dim Labs...silly me.

Jeff said...

Longrider had the same problem with that provider, and has now changed hosts. He was not impressed with their approach to (paid) hosting.

Anonymous said...

More likely the host has turned it off again. They seem to struggle with the load. Popularity, eh?