Waiting For The Opera Mini 4 Beta 2

By | August 30, 2007

I guess everyone is refreshing my.opera.com web page every few minutes…


And one more…

Error 2

This is my favorite one.

Error 3 Opera

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  1. sid says:

    it is rather pathetic that EACH, and i mean it, EACH time it happens. couldnt they invest a bit more in hardware? PR impact of such software downtime is gigantic. and no, it isnt difficult. it is expensive, but it isnt difficult.

    people will remeber these (rather stupid) monkeys, instead of how cutting edge opera mini is (it is, but who cares after seeing monkeys?)

  2. Hm, I see this for the first time but maybe this because I don’t visit my opera very often. Did this happened before first beta as well?

  3. sid says:

    i vist desktopteam only, but each time it was down, or had problems (and it was counted in days, not hours) it was in the same time as high-traffic event opera created – relase, contest, new forum software. coincidence? i dont think so. ther software/hardware can handle lots of install downloads, but i dont think their comunity engine that powers entire my.opera is suplied enough with computing power.

    and yes, it happened before. more than once

  4. wupperbayer says:

    sid, I don’t know what your problem is, since operamini.com/beta is very up and living, and this is the page people see who want to test the new beta.

  5. johnnysaucepn says:

    Yeah, as far as I know the download servers and community site servers are separate.