Pittsburgh Update

Pittsburgh Update publishes weekly summaries of recent developments in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, The Episcopal Church, and the Anglican Communion that affect or could affect Pittsburgh Episcopalians. Emphasis is on reporting, not interpretation. This is a service of Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh. This site is in no way affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh or the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh.

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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Editorial Note

Changes Coming to Pittsburgh Update

Pittsburgh Update is run using software from Blogger, which is now owned by Google. After May 1, Blogger will no longer support updates to blogs not hosted on Blogger servers. This change is requiring us to host Pittsburgh Update at a new address. Sometime in the next few days, the preferred address for Pittsburgh Update will become http://update.pittsburghepiscopal.org/. If all goes well, after migration to the new server, the old URL, http://pittsburghepiscopal.org/b1/, will still work for old pages, and old links will continue to take you to the intended page. Where possible, however, “pittsburghepiscopal.org/b1/” in URLs should be replaced with “update.pittsburghepiscopal.org/.” This substitution will result in pages loading faster.

Until migration is completed, there may be periods during which Pittsburgh Update is unavailable or certain links do not work properly. We will make every effort to keep such periods as short as possible. Pittsburgh Update will continue to post a news summary for the previous week every Monday.

We apologize for any temporary inconvenience.