After some quick handy work by our network team, we were able to bypass failed networking equipment. Everything is now green and operational.
We are currently experiencing a temporary network downtime due to a failed networking equipment. Please note a replacement fix is in progress and we expect everything to be back to normal within 2 hours.
We have resolved a review sync issue affecting a percentage of our users. Please note all un-synced reviews have been pushed and now visible.
A cascading issue which resulted in login area problems for the last day has been resolved.
We are currently reviewing all of our network, hardware, and software infrastructure to make sure that moving forward, these type of errors are not only fixed at their roots but add preventive measure to ensure they do not repeat.
There are literally thousands of individual parts that make up the eco-system that powers the site and we will spend the next few weeks upgrading every single area to ensure our users get the best experience.
Over the past 48 hours we have performed a massive cleanup of “Korean” advert spam within many categories and forums. The task was made more difficult as the spammers have found a way to bypass Gmail’s security to create tens of thousands of valid Gmail accounts purely for the purpose of spamming.
Please help us further by forwarding links to any commercial advertisement spam to our support emails.
Our last update took much longer than expected as the actual run-time of the image migration far exceeded initial trial runs.
Profile image/avatar is now fully integrated with the “Image Manager” feature and relocated to the account settings page.
We will be doing quite a few upgrades throughout the month so if you find a bug, please send it to support.