@der_Jeff Changes haven't affected users' current charges. Pnut has a minimum that users can pay above, so reductions don't automatically reduce what someone is paying. When first introduced, though, some users started lower than the current minimum.
Today, the #Pnut API moved up to v0.9.0. This is the longest break between releases, and it brings a lot of changes.
Pnut badges are $30/year now, and you can gift one to a friend! Now, even users without a Pnut badge will have 512MiB of storage.
Thanks everyone for working in the #hackathon! It sounds like @thrrgilag got some interesting work with gitlab+pnut integration, @kwood worked on a Ruby Pnut library, and there was some twiddling with Pnut scripts and the API.
@33MHz became aware of the event and contacted colocation support to coordinate repairs. There apparently was a failure, but rebooting and fsck passed all tests. No SMART issues recorded. We will plan a better time for maintenance and for upgrades.