We're still down and Time Warner Cable Business Class just sent out their third site survey to say, "we'll call you." I've had it with this company. Don't ever do business with them. I'm preparing a complaint to their legal counsel this week; this is unacceptably bad.
The problem is that this means our build system has no access to the Net either, so it can't pull down code and that makes building another 6.0 beta problematic. Unfortunately for us, Mozilla is still planning to release Firefox 6 on schedule, issues with Fennec permitting. One option is to build an interim security release "5.0.2" with whatever patches I can cobble together and then sneakernet the binaries off the G5 so that at least we maintain security parity. If our downtime extends up to that point, then we might try that. However, you'd have to watch this blog since obviously the automatic update system doesn't work either. I'm really hoping they get it together soon, because although I could request for and grit my teeth over a T1, it's going to be itself at least two weeks installation and I can't even start on that as long as I have an enforceable contract with Time Worthless.
I have never dealt with a company this awful, and I'll be doing my darndest not to renew with them when the contract is up. They are truly abysmal. If this is how they treat their business customers, I'm sure many of you have horror stories about how they treat their residential ones.
More as I have more information.