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I'm waiting on the arrival of the imaginary Kingsize Minimalistica to order.

"Simplicate and add Lightness."

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Haven’t heard a thing. I wonder how they will handle the reopening, will it be first come first served? Will previous customers get a heads up? I assume there will be an order cap of some kind now to avoid another backlog.

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Haven’t heard a thing. I wonder how they will handle the reopening, will it be first come first served? Will previous customers get a heads up? I assume there will be an order cap of some kind now to avoid another backlog.

Or a soft reopening so they don't get swamped.

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Alright folks, as we stare down the barrel of the last few days of September I’m remaining cautiously optimistic. Here’s to hoping!

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If only I could be so pragmatic.

 

I can take a healthy dose of disappointment every once in a while. If a pen’s purchase being delayed for a while longer is the worst thing to happen to me this autumn, then I’ll be doing alright.

No expectation = no disappointment

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Suddenly I cant load the Conid Homepage. The domain is offline. Am I the only one seeing this?

 

I'm seeing the same thing. I'm hoping it's perhaps a (clunky) website refresh?

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Yeah, I’m seeing it too. Once you click through the security advisory on Safari the following message appears: “The account which is hosting this domain has been temporarily disabled.

If you are the owner of this account, please check your e-mail and contact support or your sales representative.”

 

Could be a clunky refresh, or it could be nothing at all. We’ll see, I suppose.

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perhaps they didn't updated their SSL certificate for the site or made some error on their SSL.

 

It's failing for me, too (Chrome on macOS).

Update:
Currently they are using a self-signed certificate for the wrong domain,
that will never work, they need to fix it.

 

Screenshot 2020-09-28 at 16.13.38.png

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perhaps they didn't updated their SSL certificate for the site or made some error on their SSL.

 

It's failing for me, too (Chrome on macOS).

 

Update:

Currently they are using a self-signed certificate for the wrong domain,

that will never work, they need to fix it.

 

attachicon.gif Screenshot 2020-09-28 at 16.13.38.png

So, does this mean it is likely a technical error, no more?

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So, does this mean it is likely a technical error, no more?

 

Don't think so. When you accept the faulty cert, you get this message:

 

"The account which is hosting this domain has been temporarily disabled.

If you are the owner of this account, please check your e-mail and contact support or your sales representative."
Usually this comes up, if you don't pay your Webhosting fees.
Not a good sign...
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Don't think so. When you accept the faulty cert, you get this message:

 

"The account which is hosting this domain has been temporarily disabled.

If you are the owner of this account, please check your e-mail and contact support or your sales representative."
Usually this comes up, if you don't pay your Webhosting fees.
Not a good sign...

 

Oh boy...

 

Thanks for translating it to tech prole for me.

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the fontoplumo conids are not orderable atm either.

Regards,

 

Simar

 

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