Ol' Myrt here has been resting up all day in preparation for the 24 hour GeneaSleepOver in support of the FamilySearch Worldwide Indexing Event. I've heard from indexers in Germany, England and Spain that from time to time FamilySearch Indexing "times out" meaning it's very busy. Folks are downloading their batches for submission during the hours of the event which begin at 6pm Mountain US daylight time (for Salt Lake City, Utah.)
Now it's time for Ol' Myrt here to get in one last nap before opening up the GeneaSleepOver Hangout on Air. You'll be able to join in the current segment starting in 3 hours. Simply remember: http://www.tinyurl.com/MyrtsNext
When we hit the 500 comment limit or get close to the 8 hour Hangout limit, refresh this page: http://www.tinyurl.com/MyrtsNext and the next segment of the GeneaSleepOver will automatically load. Listen for the official announcement during each GeneaSleepOver segment to make the easy-peasy switch. :)
NEED ADVICE ABOUT NAPPING?
Ol' Myrt here has turned to New York Times bestselling author Daniel Coyle's The 7 Rules of Napping. I'm particular about which "blankie" best supports Rule #3. Go here to find out more.
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FOR FURTHER READING
FamilySearch's 24 hour Worldwide Indexing Event
Previous GeneaSleepOver posts:
- What to expect during the GeneaSleepOver
- GeneaSleepOver supports massive FamilySearch indexing effort
- FamilySearch Indexing - GeneaSleepOver start time
- Prepping for the GeneaSleepOver
- GeneaSleepOver: Get your pink fluffies on!
- DearMYRTLE's GeneaSleepOver: Worldwide Indexing Project
Happy family tree climbing!
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