We are writing to apologize for any inconvenience our service interruption may have caused you during the past 24 hours.
Much of the code that powers our content management system is written in PHP, a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. In short, PHP is installed on our webserver to translate those PHP scripts so that Crotonblog content will render correctly on our pages.
So, after upgrading our webserver from PHP 4.4.8 to PHP 5.2.6 yesterday, we encountered a few errors—and have since straightened them out.
Thanks for your patience.
— The Editors