ubuntu-us-tn Stepping Down; Web site to be decommissioned
elijah.wright at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 20:44:16 UTC 2011
Awesome, thanks so much Joe for taking that on.
On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 5:43 PM, Be Netritious <netritious at gmail.com> wrote:
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> The ubuntu-tennessee.org web site now has a new home thanks to Joe
> Ferguson (Svpernova09) also a LoCoTN member. Joe has stated that while
> he can provide a home for the site it is still up to the team to decide
> to utilize and update it's contents. Also, currently the name servers
> are still pointed to netritious.com, but the A records point to the new
> host. Zach (cyberanger) will need to update the name servers for the
> domain to:
> and this will all be wrapped up!
> Thanks to Joe for hosting, and thanks to the many others that offered.
> Rich Gray (netritious)
> On 3/21/2011 6:03 PM, Be Netritious wrote:
>> I have decided to "step down" as the West TN co-POC. I do not have the
>> time or energy to keep up with it as I'd hoped and this won't change
>> anytime soon. Now that the spring is here and my daughter starts
>> softball this week I'll have even less time.
>> Also I need someone to take charge of the web site ubuntu-tennessee.org
>> as I will no longer be able to host it on my server. This is partly a
>> time issue and partly a business decision. I don't have time to keep the
>> WP install up to date or contribute to it, over 95% of the hits are from
>> bots/spiders/crawlers/w00t.w00t etc (this means no one from the team is
>> utilizing it, which is obvious from the lack of posts), and I need the
>> resources currently allotted applied elsewhere.
>> Anyone willing to take on this task please contact me off list. If I do
>> not receive any communication in the next few days I will tar the
>> contents and burn to CD-R in the event someone does want to take it on.
>> The site will go down this Friday until it finds a new home.
>> The domain is controlled by cyberanger/infocop411 so no worries there,
>> and the SSL certificate I can have reissued at no charge until it
>> expires 3/1/2012. Please note that if you don't have a static IP address
>> to host the site then an SSL certificate is pretty pointless.
>> Rich Gray (netritious)
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