Due to an overheating problem in our European data center many of our servers turned off to protect themselves. As this impacted all Wikipedia and other projects access from European users, we were forced to move all user traffic to our Florida cluster, for which we have a standard quick failover procedure in place, that changes our DNS entries.
However, shortly after we did this failover switch, it turned out that this failover mechanism was now broken, causing the DNS resolution of Wikimedia sites to stop working globally. This problem was quickly resolved, but unfortunately it may take up to an hour before access is restored for everyone, due to caching effects.
We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused.Wikimedia Tech Blog.
Why should our tax dollars pay for some clerk to spend 5 seconds per page of a 100 page document to flip every image, when it's the $500/hour attorney who screwed things up and who should refile, at his or her own expense?
there is a batch processing. and it's not lawyer's fault that USPTO exists in a stone age.
This would be the same people who just tried to engineer a winter without snow in Russia
no. it's not the same people. and the link you're providing has nothing whatsoever to do with your claim. No executing agency is mentioned, and Moscow ain't Russia.