Users of my old service there may wish to try access.ucam.org with the part after the / being the same as before.
I ran that service from one of Homenet's 105 subdomains because:
Nevertheless I did not control Homenet at top level (they only gave me a subdomain), so when the proprietor of Homenet pulled the plug, I was gone. That's the risk of hobbyist service providers. It was not a result of anything that happened between me and the original site.
(At the original site's request I had already suspended my full mirroring service at the end of 2013, but I continued to maintain specialised indexes and dictionaries for language-learning use which extensively linked to that site, plus custom browser extensions and phone applications for the same purpose; all of these continued to be available from my Homenet subdomain. The 2017 demise of that subdomain was due only to the upstream demise of Homenet as a service provider; there's no need to speculate anything else.)
I did attempt to contact the owner of Homenet to ask if they needed help with maintenance, but I didn't receive a reply.
After 6 weeks of downtime, the domain expired on 10th September 2017, and the hobbyist's registrar did not automatically renew it as some do. Instead the expiring domain was automatically bought by a company called DropCatch, which sold it at auction for 2,060 US dollars to Oleksandr Protoven of Kiev (bidding as "capito" and reportedly already holding 125+ domains mostly redirecting to hotel directories); 6 weeks later Homenet was pointed to a list of "hotels in Vienna" and I don't think they'd appreciate users of Homenet's old subdomains asking for redirects.
The Openshift shutdown was not related to the Homenet shutdown, but they happened to occur close to each other and the answer to both is for everybody to change to using access.ucam.org addresses (but I had trouble reaching my users to tell them).