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Is Slashdot's Instability an Indication of a Slashcode Upgrade?

Looks like Slashdot is having some intermittent performance issues this evening. We saw an error displayed on the home page in Heading 2 sized print, but didn't take a screen shot. Ads are also missing from the home page at the moment.

Is this an indication that the engineers are trying a Slashcode 2.0 upgrade?

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