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Topic # 87429 28-Jul-2011 19:00
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Please note we will be carrying out routine maintenance on the TiVo Service and CASPA Service on the following days:

Wednesday, August 3 - 10am to 5pm (AEST)

Thursday, August 4 - 10am to 5pm (AEST)

Friday, August 5 - 10am to 5pm (AEST)

Monday, August 8 - 8am to 8pm (AEST)

The following services will be unavailable during those times:

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  Reply # 499522 29-Jul-2011 18:26
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Where is AEST? Auckland Eastern standart time? or is it just the guys over the ditch just been to lazy to figure out the correct local time for those in New Zealand?

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  Reply # 499523 29-Jul-2011 18:29
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Yes you would think they could spend 5 minutes and give the NZ times, which would probably save hundreds hours of combined customers time working it out.

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  Reply # 499537 29-Jul-2011 19:06
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It's not that hard to work out is it?? this is Geekzone..




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  Reply # 499541 29-Jul-2011 19:16
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I'd love to know what in earth they are doing that requires 4 working days??
Hopefully flipping the switch on the PRIME EPG. LOL. Yeah right.

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  Reply # 499545 29-Jul-2011 19:28
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jofizz: I'd love to know what in earth they are doing that requires 4 working days??
Hopefully flipping the switch on the PRIME EPG. LOL. Yeah right.

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For once the problem with this isn't Tivo, but Sky demanding that Tivo provide viewing data

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  Reply # 500228 1-Aug-2011 10:35
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jofizz: I'd love to know what in earth they are doing that requires 4 working days??
Hopefully flipping the switch on the PRIME EPG. LOL. Yeah right.

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For once the problem with this isn't Tivo, but Sky demanding that Tivo provide viewing data



Shouldn't be that difficult surely?  It'd go from ZERO people viewing Prime Television programmes because we don't have an EPG to the total number of people who have a TiVo which... at a total guess would be less than 5,000. 

Maybe I could put that question to someone at Telecom. 


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  Reply # 500987 2-Aug-2011 19:40
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jofizz: I'd love to know what in earth they are doing that requires 4 working days??
Hopefully flipping the switch on the PRIME EPG. LOL. Yeah right.

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Joseph


Yeah go on Sky, Tivo are out on their feet and giving them a little EPG love won't suddenly turn them into a serious competitor at this point. Actually it might help to keep the regulatory wolf from the door.

In 4 days you could probably open-source CASPA and put it all on Heroku - after all, that's what corporates do when they have something they can't make any money out of but still want to come out of it with a win.




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