I noticed today that Spray just launched a beta version of a new and free blog service. By the looks of it, it seems to be working, although there still are some major bugs, like when you click on a post on Spray’s site, it shows the wrong blog URL.
If you run a hotel, you don’t lock the doors because of temporary maintenance without telling your guests. The same should apply for a web hotel, but apparently Spray doesn’t agree. I couldn’t post to my blog this morning and as it seems my web host Spray is currently doing some maintenance to the FTP server, which is currently unavailable.
And no, putting a smiley after the message doesn’t help…
Tyvärr, FTP-servern är tillfälligt nere för underhåll… Försök vänligen lite senare 🙂
But to be honest, I don’t know what is causing my problems with posting today, but I suspect that Spray has something to do with it. My error messages on Blogger points to wrong ftp login.
Spray jumps on the blog train
Lycos-owned web host/portal Spray adds blog functionality to its portfolio of web publishing tools. Customers that uses Spray’s web hotel are able to use three different blog publishing tools; WordPress, Nucleus and b2evolution.