Due to a surge in demand for PDIs, we’ve enacted a PDI waitlist on the Developer Site. Our engineering teams are working to increase capacity (current speeds are adding hundreds of PDIs per day) across our PDI infrastructure. Once the waitlist has been cleared, we plan to have more PDIs available for all other users. If you’re currently on the waitlist, please expect it to be a few days before you can get access to a new PDI.
Important note on inactivity: If you have received a notice about your PDI being inactive and you want to keep your PDI, please log into your Developer Site account as soon as possible. Due to the increased demand for PDIs, the inactivity reclaim period has been lowered from 10 days to 7 days to give new users the opportunity to access a PDI. The inactivity reclaim period is periodically adjusted whenever there is high demand for PDIs. The inactivity period will go back up to 10 days once demand has gone back to normal.
UPDATE 9⁄26: The waitlist, which was at 4,000 users this time last week, is now down to less than 1,400. Once we’ve gotten through the waitlist, PDIs will continue to get added to the available PDI pool for other users. Please check back on the Developer Site in a few days for available PDIs. Thank you all for your patience!
UPDATE 9⁄28: The waitlist is currently for Tokyo PDIs only; we now have San Diego PDIs available. If you are in need of a PDI, we recommend requesting a San Diego PDI from the Developer Site. You can manually upgrade to Tokyo once you’ve gotten your San Diego PDI. More Tokyo PDIs will become available soon.
UPDATE 10⁄4: We’ve finished going through the entire waitlist and are happy to share that there are more PDIs available for all other users. The inactivity period has now gone back to 10 days.
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