It’s been a while. So much happened in April, I broke the post into 3 different posts and then just was too overwhelmed to finish them. The summer has brought various fixes to our Accounts SSO (Single Sign On) system. Also a lot of GitGud support issues.
Stuff being discussed in this blog post in order:
- Twitter accounts in jail
- Cloudflare removing us
- Server resource needs
- GitGud sign on issues
- Tavrn.gg testing
- Mixtape’s upcoming update
We’re approaching the end of February, and we’ve been fire fighting all throughout this month. We want to give you all an update on what’s been happening.
We’re approaching the end of January, and we’re starting to have fires pop up. I want to detail some of the issues and obstacles we are now currently facing.
It’s been awhile since we communicated, sorry about that! In between the last information post and now, we had a position seeking post that had some insights. It’s December 1st, and I want to update you all on what has happened, what is happening, and some stuff on what will happen.
One of the things that got me interested in Sapphire was Michael’s openness about talking about his infrastructure and how much he was spending to host his services.