Phasing in e-filing

The website does not currently appear to be working, but we are inching towards e-filing in the state courts.  I expect this to be standard by mid year:

Write this down, or more appropriately mark it with a bookmark, add it to your favorites, or put a placeholder on it — whatever your Internet browser allows:
That’s the official online address for the Florida court system’s new statewide e-portal, the mechanism that as of January 1 will begin to allow lawyers to file cases and paperwork from anywhere they have Internet access. 
The Florida E-Filing Authority, which oversees operation of the portal, met December 8 to take care of several issues, including picking the online address and setting fees for doing electronic filing. The panel also approved a resolution advocating that at some point e-filing be made mandatory for lawyers.
The authority board, made up of eight county court clerks plus Supreme Court Clerk Tom Hall, considered several possible Internet addresses before adopting one hammered out at the meeting. The address is one of the last steps in setting up electronic filing for courts, something mandated by the Legislature in 2009.