Aside from the Now You See It, Now You Don't migration invitation, I am nervous.
I just spent a couple hours doing my weekly update of my church website. It's not a large website, but it is important to my church. My church is not large either, but it is important to me.
So I do not want to mess up.
While updating the blog, I realised that I had used another account to make the original key posts in the blog. An account that I removed, last week, when contemplating the team blog situation in general. It's quite likely that I removed the original owner of the blog.
Now, under my advice of
Do not migrate when you need your blogI would have to decline migrating my account for the next 2 weeks. Why?
- My church blog is / was a team blog.
- Look at the calendar.
This week, I await my pastor sending me his monthly message for the blog, a monthly message that is about one of the two most important days in the Christian year. And, there will possibly be other changes made to accomodate holiday events.
In short, this is not a week when I should be contemplating migration, if any chance exists that I might lose the ability to update the church blog, until after the New Year has passed.
And the team blog problems, documented or not, are sufficiently threatening to me.
(Edit 12/18): I am now cautiously optimistic about migration, pending use of some discretion and planning.