Scheduled Maintenance Saturday, February 8 at 1:00am EST

We will be upgrading some of our backend systems on Saturday, February 8 between 1:00am – 1:30am EST (6:00 – 6:30 GMT). This will not affect you if you are already signed in to your account (on the web or via mobile devices), but you may not be able to login (create a new session) for 2 brief periods during this maintenance window.  Our apologies in advance for the forshadowed blip, but the upside is that we’ll be better prepared for growth on the flipside.

We will be upgrading some of our backend systems on Saturday, February 8 between 1:00am-1:30am EST (6:00-6:30 GMT). You likely won’t notice a thing if you are already signed in to your account (on the web or via mobile devices), but you may not be able to login (create a new session) for 2 brief periods during this maintenance window.

Our apologies in advance for the forshadowed blip, but the upside is that we’ll be better prepared for growth on the flipside.

 

Comments

10 Comments on Scheduled Maintenance Saturday, February 8 at 1:00am EST

  1. Barret on Fri, 31st Jan 2014 1:37 am
  2. ELBERT! You’re alive! :D

  3. Elbert on Fri, 31st Jan 2014 6:48 am
  4. Hahaha – yes, of course we are. :-)
    Nay-sayers to the contrary, 2014 is looking like it’ll be a great year.

  5. Neil on Fri, 31st Jan 2014 2:01 pm
  6. Excellent! Good to hear from you Elbert. Just remember we are alive too! Not saying we need daily blog posts and appreciate your expectation setting post back in Sept on your level of interaction, but the odd update or hello would help keep user concerns in check.
    Cheers
    Neil

  7. Joe on Sat, 1st Feb 2014 4:06 am
  8. Elbert. I sure hope 2014 will be a great year for reconnecting with your enthusiastic users. Yes, I know we can be a very whiney group of humans, but the fact is that many of us became conditioned to participating in your product development during the very long beta period, we generally like Nirvana and, most importantly, we believe Nirvana has huge potential. Like us or not, our enthusiasm and contributions to the user forums have been and will be valuable to your business success. I look forward to seeing the improvements you have in store for us and to your team’s participation in the forums.

  9. Kehfyn on Sat, 1st Feb 2014 10:34 am
  10. Good to hear from the Nirvana HQ team. I really want to stay with you guys for the long haul. Please make that an easy decision for me.

  11. Neil on Sun, 2nd Feb 2014 4:16 pm
  12. Though I see the forums are no longer linked to from the community page. Perhaps if you had treat your users with more respect you would not have thought this necessary. Poor show.

  13. søren friis on Mon, 3rd Feb 2014 9:01 am
  14. Hi Elbert/Nirvana
    Thanks for the update
    I love your software – just so much better than everything else out there, simpel and fast.

    /Soren

  15. Mike on Mon, 10th Feb 2014 11:49 am
  16. Was this maintenance completed successfully? Didn’t see any kind of follow-up anywhere.

  17. Elbert on Wed, 12th Feb 2014 6:51 am
  18. @mike – yep, all’s well.

  19. Francisco J on Tue, 25th Feb 2014 12:20 pm
  20. As I’ve said on Facebook, I have tried several options and, in my opinion Nirvana is by far the best GTD app.
    Sorry that doesn’t update very much. I hope there will be good news on 2014.

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