The file system on the Package Control server suffered some corruption and a number of services required for the website are in a degraded state.
I am working on a new server and recovering as much data as possible from the PostgreSQL database. Unfortunately earlier this year the raw database size grew to the point where the current backup routine was no longer capable of running. I also had another child and I didn’t have enough free time to work on a new backup solution - thus we will see how much can be salvaged. So far it seems like the vast majority of data should be intact, but there is no way to recover on the current machine due to insufficient disk space.
Unfortunately the original server was set up back in early 2012, and while I have a record of how to set it up, I need to move to a more modern approach (ansible) and OS release. This will also make it easier to recover in the case of future issues.