[NEWS] UniWiki Downtime for Software Upgrades

Attention Capsuleers,

As many of you know, for years the UniWiki managed by EVE University has provided capsuleers all over New Eden access to the most comprehensive repository of knowledge on all things New Eden and Anoikis. Thanks to the countless hours of work by volunteers both within and outside (thank you!) EVE University, its archives of information grow every hour. Thank you to anyone that has ever made a wiki edit or contributed to the UniWiki in any way.

On behalf of EVE University, we want to inform you that the UniWiki‘s software will be upgraded by the Information Services Directorate of EVE Uni. As a result, the UniWiki will be offline for up to 48 hours. During this period, you will not be able to access the UniWiki. Please plan accordingly.

Scheduled Downtime:

Scheduled Downtime:

  • Start: Saturday, 22nd, 11:00, at EVE downtime
  • End: Saturday, 22nd, 15:00

The Directorate may postpone the upgrade slot for Sunday, 23rd, with the same start and end timeframe.

It is important to note that in the wake of these upgrades, it is possible that certain Wiki pages may look out of place or suffer broken formatting or appearances. We will do our level best to repair any broken pages as soon as possible, and rely on others to flag these pages to us or roll up their sleeves and get to work themselves. Editing the UniWiki is available to any Capsuleer logging in to the wiki through ESI, regardless of affliations. Those with questions about helping out or wanting to flag broken pages are always welcome to contact Wiki Manager Arin Mara (linked below) or jump into the EVE University Discord to talk to us in our public channels.

We apologise for any inconvenience and hope that you continue to enjoy the UniWiki’s unparalleled archives when they get their new coat of paint.

Warm regards,

Communications Manager Amfion Bravais

Wiki Manager, Arin Mara

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