As always, you can opt out of Winter Bash by choosing “I hate hats” from the snowflake menu in the topbar.
As for the rest of us: we have from today (December 13, 2017) through January 2nd, 2018 to catch ‘em all.
)Winter Bash is our annual opportunity to relax and have some fun around the network.
But even while we let our hair down (and put our hats on), we’re always respectful of those who prefer to keep their Stack Overflow and Stack Exchange experience professional.
The message: “Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an Error Document…” indicates that there was a second configuration error on the server.Using the terms above in brackets, a URL is constructed as follows: as it appears, you might see this message. To be clear, the server should be able to handle whatever you did cleanly and report any errors in some relatively useful way.If the server doesn’t and you get an Internal Server Error message, then that’s still the server’s fault.One issue might be if you saw a link in an email or webpage and rather than clicking on it, you copied and pasted the link in a web browser.If you accidentally didn’t select the entire link and left off a few important characters at the end, you might see this message.After that date, all the hats go back into storage, never to be seen again… Turns out Hat Architects are just as susceptible to off-by-one errors as the rest of us.