[p2pu-webcraft] Heads up: P2PU website migration this weekend

Philipp Schmidt phi.schmidt at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 15:59:11 UTC 2011

(Apologies for cross posting)

*Final heads-up about P2PU website migration this weekend. *
*P2PU is moving this weekend -- *A few weeks ago, we sent you a message
about migrating the P2PU website to our new (better and nicer) platform.
It's happening this weekend. The good news is, that you don't really need to
do anything.

*Your user account will still work --* After the switch, pointing your
browser to www.p2pu.org will automatically take you to our new site. We have
migrated all user accounts already, so your current username and password
will work on the new site.

*All existing courses will be archived, forever --* If you want to go back
to the old site, you will find it at http://old.p2pu.org for now (and
http://archive.p2pu.org from next week). The archive will be read-only. You
won't be able to log-in, edit content, or leave comments. You can still read
all the existing content of course.

*We are even migrating a few live courses --* Some courses that were created
on the old site, haven't started yet or are still open. We have migrated
them (including all registered participants) into the new site. If you are a
participant in one of these courses, it will automatically appear on your
dashboard after logging into the new site. Like magic!

*The import feature let's you move old courses to the new site --* And if
there is a course in the archive, that you would like to run again, you can
easily copy the course outline and materials into the new site, using the
nifty import function.

*Any questions or comments?* Contact us at *admin at p2pu.org* or leave a
question at *http://qa.p2pu.org*
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