The following email, received this morning, is probably a better explanation of why the Juke dropped out. Hopefully it is a smooth transition to the new Loud City site (Lud City provides the streaming servers for Weenie Juke), but if no, you know why.
Unplanned Launch of New LoudCity Site Tomorrow - Sunday Feb 26 between 4pm and 7PM EST
2:11 AM (6 hours ago)
Just a quick heads ups with minimal gum flapping
WHAT WERE DOING
We've been working days, nights weekends and holidays on the new LoudCity listener website and broadcaster dashboard. In light of recent data center issues we've decided the best move is to launch it tomorrow.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Don't worry. We've taken great care to make sure no links changed. Links from your site to the LoudCity directory page and any custom content pages will work.
Third, we'll send an email out around noon-ish tomorrow. It will contain a link to the new listener site, the broadcaster dashboard site and your password for the dashboard.
Fourth, take a walk through Sunday afternoon. If you find an issue e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Fifth, later in the day, when the audience level has dropped and you've all gotten a chance to kick the tires, we'll throw the switch and loudcity.com/loudcity.net will be replaced by new versions.
WHY WE'RE DOING IT:
We're rolling rolling out the new site so last minute because the data-center where we are hosted is forcibly migrating all of it's customers to another one. They are choking out network bandwidth In the process of migrating so many servers, and those servers waiting migration queue, like LoudCity's, are getting walked over. They haven't been owning up to the migration being the cause of the problem, but a basic network inspection shows it's them:) That's why the there have been periods of slowness and drop out.
So we figured, well...if a move is inevitable then it's best to find a new home with new furniture while we're at it.