LoCo team website hosting
jalrnc at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 09:09:22 CDT 2005
First of all thanks for the server, it has been working great and the
Portuguese LoCoTeam appreciates the sponsorship.
Our bandwidth and disk requirements are low as well, and even if we expand
on that the current server might still be good to share with other teams
too. I would be glad to help with the creation of virtual servers for other
"low -requirements" teams.
We have currently setup a moinmoin wiki farm, similar to what smurfix has in
his server I suppose. We share the forum with the Brazilian and other
Portuguese speaking communities, and that is hosted somewhere else:
http://ubuntu.linuxval.org . It may or may not make sense to have a forum
hosted in our server in the future, but for now that's what we're using.
(I can provide you access to our web stats page where you can get a better
idea of the bandwidth used, just let me know)
On 8/25/05, Andrew VanSpronsen <avanspronsen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Henrik,
> The Canadian LoCo is certainly interested. Our bandwidth requirements are
> currently pretty low, I don't have a number at this time to pass on. As far
> as disk space is concerned we could use about 1GB to start.
> I can get better numbers for you a little later if you require. I am
> currently at work though :-)
> On 8/25/05, Henrik Nilsen Omma <henrik at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > We are now making an arrangement with a hosting provider for servers
> > that can be used for LoCo and other Ubuntu teams. I've written up some
> > relevant details here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoHosting
> > Please contact me about your server requirements, including approximate
> > disk space and bandwidth needs (can also be adjusted later).
> > - Henrik
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