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    Default The online docs are down

    Where would I post this, such that it is most relevant and seen by the sencha development team? By the way, they really are down, and it's very annoying.

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    Looks like the docs are working to me... but if you're having problems, I think this would be the proper thread.

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    What the heck? If I go to the home page, and click the link right off their page, I get "Firefox can't find the server at docs.sencha.com". Are you using a cached version? Oh, and can I move this thread to the other forum?

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    Well, it's certainly odd, I'll give you that! http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/docs.sencha.com seems to agree with you that the server is down, but when I open my bookmark I can see the requests going through with Firebug...

    I think only forum mods can move threads around... so we may have to wait to catch the attention of one.

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    +1 for the "down for everyone" link. I did post a quick reply to the bugs thread. Thanks for your help, and I'll mark the answer.

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    They were down for a brief period but are up (for me on different networks).

    Locally, I have copies of the docs anyway so this doesn't bother me. I even set up virtual hosts so http://extjs4/docs/ directs to my local copy of Ext JS 4 API docs.
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    Default docs.sencha.com is down?

    Just as the title suggest, appears docs.sencha.com is down? Hopefully back up soon? please don't pull a kernel.org and be down for a month.