Time to regroup and move on.

Andrew VanSpronsen avanspronsen at gmail.com
Wed May 25 16:43:21 UTC 2005

I was told that smurfix/Mattias would not run php. If that is not the case 
and they can satisfy our requirements then I see no reason to spend extra 
money to host :-)


On 5/25/05, Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am partial to the ubuntu/ca site. I would like to see ubuntu-org
> > redirect to ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca> to unify the presence. There is 
> a cost to the current
> > hosting situation with ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca>.
> I'm totally in the dark about the setup and limitations of both
> ubuntu-ca.org <http://ubuntu-ca.org> and ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca>. But 
> is running whatever you have setup
> on ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca> on the ubuntu-ca.org<http://ubuntu-ca.org>server possible? That would
> eliminate the hosting cost. Or that's not possible technically or
> the migration would be too difficult?
> As for the virtual servers route Andrew mentioned, here is the quote
> from the UDU document:
> =============
> "We will ask Mike Reb (Brendan Hale's friend, works at linode.com<http://linode.com>) 
> to
> set up a system with Xen-hosted virtual servers for us. That server
> will run private images for those teams which have more special
> requirements (we've had one Apache2-related package conflict already).
> A general server will be used for the "standard" case. (Mako is
> following up on this.)"
> =============
> Obviously it is something we should ask Mako/Matthias IF we decide we
> need to go in that direction. I don't think we are there yet.
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Gmail - Hits the spot! :-)
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