Monday 6 August 2018 is a public holiday in Ireland. Support will be available by email and live chat from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Monday. Telephone service will be provided for support, accounts and sales from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
The usual on-call support will be available to colocation and dedicated server customers.
Online domain sales will be unaffected, with the exception of IE domains which require manual confirmation by the IE Domain Registry (IEDR). IEDR will be closed on Monday 6 August. As a result, .IE domain name registrations, registrant changes, or other administrative changes will not be possible until Tuesday 7 August. Nameserver updates will be possible during this period.
Normal office hours will resume on Tuesday 7 August.
Met Éireann is forecasting a mostly dry and fine weekend, if a little cloudy: a typical Irish summer!
Long weekends are a great opportunity to catch up on outstanding projects, and for those of you who’ve been meaning to get a blog up and running, we’ve got a great offer in conjunction with the .BLOG domain!
Buy a 12- or 36-month Web Hosting or BaseKit siteBuilder subscription and you can register your choice of .BLOG domain name for only €1*!
Meanwhile, the argument rages on … (happy Autumn everyone! 😉 )
It has always made complete sense to me that Irish seasons have equinoxes and solstices at approximately their midpoints. Built into that idea is an understanding that the seasons are based on the position of the sun, and that the system has a lag before temperatures respond
— Conn Ó Muíneacháin (@conn) August 2, 2018