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Nyamilepedia Scheduled Maintenance – December 20, 2014 from 2:30 pm PT

Dear Readership,

Originally published on Dec 12, 2014.

Emeritus, Bishop Paride Taban took to the dancing floor(Photo credits: pentecosta/Nyamilepedia)Minister of Defense of South Sudan, Kuol Manyang (extracted photo/Nyamilapedia)

Dec12, 2014(Nyamilepedia) –Due to unavoidable circumstances, we are rescheduling the maintenance to 20th December, 2014. As noted in the previous weeks through social media, our management scheduled a two-hours upgrading session to coincide with our first anniversary today at 2:30pm, pacific time, however, due to unavoidable circumstances our technical team won’t be available for the next 48 hours.

We thanks each and everyone of your for your priceless contributions through Nyamilepedia. Because of the confidence that you have bestowed on us, we will take this opportunity [2:30pm, Dec 20, 2014] to improve the capacity, performance and stability of www.nyamile.com.

As most of you have noticed, and pointed out, Nyamilepedia has been under construction for most of its one-year life span. The site says very little about itself, goals, vision and mission. It lacks “about us”, logo, and other essential features that would distinguish it from many other websites and blogs, however, we are grateful that you have recognized it.

We take this opportunity to acknowledge our correspondents, contributors, insiders and our industrious editorial team for their magnificent contributions. Thanks you!

On the 20th of December, this week, from 2:30pm pacific time, we will temporarily restrict access for roughly 2 hours or less for maintenance. This outage is required to upgrade the site, move the theme and increase the storage capacity. 

As some of you have suggested, the upgraded version will be running on a newer and more powerful platforms, and we therefore believe that it will be easy and faster to access compared to the current.

We thank you all, and apologize in advance for any inconvenience that may cause.

Have a merry Christmas during this mourning season and pray for a prosperous 2015 for the people of South Sudan!

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