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For the testing of a new traffic management tool there was an entry on the recently renewed stackstatus.net. I remember clearly because I asked about that posting in my answer here.

Looking back today the entry is no longer visible at the home-page, which is fine as the first step of the test was completed. However there is also no entry of this in the incident history.

What is the current guideline in place to deal with maintenance notifications that have "expired"?

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  • "which is fine as the first step of the test was completed" - it wasn't there even before the test was started, I checked the site daily and never saw it, actually. Jun 20 at 12:33
  • I knew it was there, as I asked about it in my answer on that announcement @ShadowWizardSaysNoMoreWar
    – Luuklag
    Jun 20 at 12:35
  • Yeah, I don't claim it was never there, just that it was removed on the same day it was posted, as far as I can tell. :) Jun 20 at 12:37
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    I too remember it was there. I saw the link (in that announcement) in plain text and was going to bring it up, but you already had..
    – Justin
    Jun 20 at 13:57
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    Interestingly enough, the entry is still accessible by direct URL (my RSS feeder still has it!), even though it doesn't exist in the history list.
    – zcoop98
    Jun 20 at 22:39

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