SPUG: site clutter
cmeyer at helvella.org
Thu Jun 21 19:06:03 CDT 2001
Dan Pewzner and Zipcon.net have offered to host the SPUG webpage for
free. I am in the process of setting up an account with webspace.
This should include a shell account.
Zipcon.net is a local ISP that has been in existence for about seven
years. They run on Linux and make much use of Perl.
Dan runs a great ISP. In the past he has installed Perl modules from
CPAN at my request (typically in a less than 48 hour turn around time)
and has upgraded the Perl binary.
I highly recommend Zipcon's services.
On Thu, Jun 21, 2001 at 02:58:47PM -0700, El JoPe Magnifico wrote:
> Oh wow, that transition happens a week from now.
> And complimentary accounts are getting the boot,
> unless you can convince Earthlink to give you a
> similar deal, but I wouldn't count on it. If you're
> determined to have a freebie, might try Speakeasy or
> ZipNet, they're both perl-friendly. (heck, Speakeasy
> at one point offered to host our meetings in their
> now-incinerated cafe backroom)
> On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, David Dyck wrote:
> > but with the NWNexus/Winstar merger, and Winstar's bankruptcy,
> > and dial-up Internet access accounts being transfered to EarthLink
> > I'd suggest looking elsewhere for a web page for SPUG.
> > see http://www.winstartechcenter.com/earthlink_faq.htm.
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