Sorry guys, the dot went down again this weekend after 51 days of uptime on the new server. We suspect that the problem is an overworked harddrive. Bero is on it (bonus: woo, we have ext3 now), but you can expect minor flakiness as we fully work out the issues.
This has been good enough motivation for me to look into a redundant system, perhaps by co-hosting the dot between bero.org and KDE.com. We have had offers of help and advice from the Zope guys (and several of you also mailed us during our downtime -- sorry if we haven't contacted you yet), so things should look better for the future.
For the short term, I've updated our backup of the dot, set up an adhoc 30-minute incremental backup system, and will be working on getting a more robust and regular backup strategy in place so that we can change hosting for the dot on the dot. For the long term, we want some kind of failsafe hosting so that if one server goes down, we aren't fully stranded.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.