Not my day. I'm unable to create a new hub.
Message I get is:
"We're sorry, there seems to be something very wrong with our servers. Please try again. If it still does not work, please contact technical support"
I've tried multiple browsers and rebooting.
Paradigm -- I just tried creating a dummy hub and saving it and it worked just fine. Have you tried again?
A. No one else is complaining.
B. I did some hub hopping and found very recently published hubs.
C. Your post.
It is confirmed to me that it is something unique to me, and that the HP message is a red herring.
I'm going to give it one more shot...
Hmmm. Much as I am a public spirited sort of person I was rather hoping that no new hubs could be published in order that my latest would get maximum hub hopping exposure. Rather than the rapid descent into the mythical ageing place where apparently they mature like some fine wine until someone has a taste in two hundred years and decides they have gone off.
Same HP error message again.
I’m going to my Control Panel and see what’s been nefariously installed recently…
Found some suspects, but I’ve just decided to h@ll with it for now. I'll wait and see if the problem reoccurs tomorrow.
Well… Well… It was the last Silverlight update that messed everything up for me. Disabled it and am back in business.
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