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The big move

People who visit here more often probably noticed that my blog has been down a couple of times the last few months. The problem was that after giving up on hosting it on an (expensive!) windows server I tried unsuccessfully to host my blogengine.net blog on Ubuntu with Mono. I could probably get this to work but it takes too much time and effort. So I decided to move to a hosted blog on Blogger. This way I can spend more time blogging and less time on blog administration.

If you’re on a stylish white blogger page right now you’re already on the new blog. Have fun and expect most of my old content to appear there over time. If you’re on my old coffee themed blog you’ll probably need to move to mendeltsiebenga.nl. Or you can wait. As soon as I have all my content moved over I’ll point mendeltsiebenga.com to the new blog too.

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