Paul Burke wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 17:37:29 +0200, Borek
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 17:32:50 +0200, Paul Burke
>>>>> I've seen no change what-so-ever on any of my sites. Not even to pages
>>>>> that were added on the day of the last update.
>>>> It seems to me like some domains haven't been 'touched' yet. I wouldn't
>>>> worry about it.
>>> Well, my sites are on american servers and in the past they have been
>>> updated pretty quickly.
> Hi Borek
>>Changes were reported for some domains on 8th, so perhaps this time BL/PR
>>upgrade is gradual, not an all-together-now type. I am almost ready - most
>>datacenters show new PR and new BL.
> I hope so. I have pages that were added on the day of (and a few days
> after) the last PR update and *still* showing PR0.
I have some pages showing odd figures. I think you are worrying yourself
> I am very surprised by this.
> I am using the older google toolbar and thought that may be that *it*
> was the problem of me seeing no change, but I have just used an online
> tool that checks pages for PR without the toolbar and they are giving
> back the same results. So it rules out that the older toolbar isn't
The toolbars use the same interface to fetch the numbers. There is no reason
to suspect that a result is wrong because of the toolbar being used. The
only exception is when no value is reported, which is interpreted as a
Roy S. Schestowitz