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Offline Peter Mair

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O.P. « 2019-Dec-14, 01:38 PM »

Racenet site -- access unreliable again

The Racenet site seems to have gone down again this afternoon.

That would be disappointing to many punters.

I cannot recall this happening in decades.

The internet world is great .... provided it works........ have the news-corpse owners cut costs ?

Offline westie

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« 2019-Dec-14, 01:59 PM Reply #1 »
Peter
Working fine at my end. I've been editing my blackbook for the past hour. https://www.racenet.com.au/news

Offline Bubbasmith

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« 2019-Dec-14, 02:15 PM Reply #2 »
Racenet site -- access unreliable again

The Racenet site seems to have gone down again this afternoon.

That would be disappointing to many punters.

I cannot recall this happening in decades.

The internet world is great .... provided it works........ have the news-corpse owners cut costs ?

Peter, I am confused,, "Racenet, access unreliable again" then "I cannot recall this happening in decades "

Online JWesleyHarding

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« 2019-Dec-14, 03:10 PM Reply #3 »
Maybe he's saying "it's again unreliable after not being unreliable for decades".


Offline Gintara

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« 2019-Dec-14, 06:05 PM Reply #4 »
The app was certainly down for a while today :shrug:

I have noticed a gradual decline in service for awhile, any suggestion you sent in was answered timely and taken on board, now you don't even get a response. Full results can be slow to be displayed. Reviews of the previous days racing have been cut etc.

It's hard to be the one stop shop for all things racing when you are cutting your product.  :shutup:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Dec-15, 06:08 AM Reply #5 »


Racenet's Damon restored the service promptly.

One problem with being the best is that the customers rely on the service.

For some 20 years now Racenet has set the benchmark for excellent service -- and that should have reflected in the sale price rewarding the team.

The good reputation is worth protecting.

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« 2019-Dec-15, 12:10 PM Reply #6 »

Racenet's Damon restored the service promptly.

One problem with being the best is that the customers rely on the service.

For some 20 years now Racenet has set the benchmark for excellent service -- and that should have reflected in the sale price rewarding the team.

The good reputation is worth protecting.

I'm sure (and I hope) Clocker and Paul Joice got their rewards from it but it's up to the new owners to continue to not only maintain the service but to improve.

It doesn't feel like there's any improvement going on  :shrug:


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