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I recently inherited management of a Wordpress site for a non-profit organization. The site went down last week and I am getting the white screen of death and I found out it is being held on a EC2 instance. I am unsure how to access the site via FTP to be able to fix the Wordpress site. I also received an email saying that Amazon has detected degradation of the underlying hardware for this instance and they recommend stopping and starting it which means (my guess) is that the Wordpress site will be deleted. Any help would be appreciated.
I have a pile of 1 million+ TIF files (single and multi-page) that I need to OCR, search for particular terms, and then by the end of my workflow, have images and text for each individual page. I have built a Step Machine with different lambdas that handle different parts of the pipeline. After the Step Machine has run on all of our raw images, I am using Python to collect the results and load pointers to the processed images, text, and JSON into a database. I'm wondering if it makes more sense to split the pages into separate images before I use Textract to OCR, or if there are efficiencies in cost, speed, rate-limiting or something else that would be gained by not splitting the pages until after I OCR. I get errors when I try to run detect_document_text() on my multi-page TIFs, but I am for some reason able to run detect_document_text() on at least some single-page TIFs. So I'm also wondering if there are efficiencies between detect_document_text() and start_document_text_detection(). We are a small nonprofit but are designing a repeatable workflow for other datasets of this size or larger. At the scale of 1 million + documents the costs/time does add up.
My nonprofit has hundreds of donors, but the data is spread across multiple sources. How can I compile the data and run analytics to understand more about our donors?
We submitted an application to the AWS Nonprofit Credit Program recently, is there a way to track its progress? The tickets don't appear to be in the support site. is there an expected turn around time for applications?