New graph server in production!

During Tuesday night’s scheduled maintenance window, Alice pushed the new graph server live into production.

There’s still lots of things still to fix, but its already way better then the “classic” graph server being replaced. If you haven’t already seen it, go browse around http://graphs.mozilla.org and let us know what you think!

The switchover went nice and smoothly. So smoothly, its hard to know that Alice and Morgamic had *tons* of behind the scenes cleanup work to do, in order to get all the code into one place, and make this switchover possible. Because of all the cleanup, we can now happily say:

No more “I cant easily build graphserver because graphserver code is scattered between hg & cvs”.

No more “unknown private patches on graphs-stage”.

No more “maintaining old graphs.m.o codebase”.

At last *now* the real graph server development work can pick up speed. Big tip-o-the-hat to Alice and Morgamic for making this happen!

update:  fixed broken URL, thanks to Dan and Rob for spotting that.
update: added Mark to last sentance! Sorry, Mark, my bad. 🙂

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