[DFW.pm] Announcement: Our development server is online

Stuart Johnston saj at thecommune.net
Tue Feb 19 09:27:50 PST 2013

I probably shouldn't have offered so quickly.  The password Nick gave me 
doesn't work anymore (not surprising).  It looks like you are the 
official leader now so you probably have access.  Or you can open a 
ticket to have my account (sjohnston) given permission.

On 2/19/2013 11:13 AM, Tommy Butler wrote:
> Eventually I will make arrangements to move our server to a data center
> and use the DFW.pm.org <http://DFW.pm.org> domain. For now, please do go
> ahead and copy the static HTML over to our site, if that's possible.
> Thank you so much!
> --
> Tommy Butler
> Stuart Johnston <saj at thecommune.net> wrote:
>     Are you planning to havedfw.pm.org  <http://dfw.pm.org>  updated to point at this site?  Or,
>     since it is currently static HTML, I could copy it over manually.
>     On 2/19/2013 10:44 AM, Tommy Butler wrote:
>         OK, so awesome news...
>         ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>         The Linux server donated by John Fields is online and ready to rock.
>         Next time we meet, we'll start building the awesome things on it
>         that we
>         talked about and planned during our meeting last Wednesday, like the
>         daemonized SpamMeNot application with the embedded Catalyst
>         controller
>         and DBIx::Class backend, and eventually the web application that
>         will
>         power our own website.
>         These things will start out simple, and then they will grow, as
>         we grow
>         together. At our next meeting we'll be doing some database
>         design for
>         our application in a hackathon format, so you're going to get some
>         exposure to *SQL* on Linux. Please be ready to bring a laptop
>         and a friend.
>         Our development server is at *http://perl.atrixnet.com* because it's
>         hosted out of my home lab for the time being, and I have
>         lifetime free
>         dyndns for the atrixnet.com <http://atrixnet.com> domain due to
>         a generous gift by the dyndns
>         organization several years back in support of my long-time
>         involvement
>         in Perl.
>         /
>         Please don't attempt to SSH into the server right now./ Your IP
>         segment
>         will be automatically blacklisted after a few failed attempts,
>         and it
>         only accepts SSH keys anyway (no passwords). Please wait to
>         receive your
>         SSH key at our next meeting or contact me privately to talk about
>         getting an account set up if you'd like to poke aroun d before then.
>         Access will be subject to an approval process including having
>         personally met with John Fields and/or me as a primary requirement.
>         Remember that our project files are hosted on github
>         <https://github.com/tommybutler/dfwpm.git>; and you can hack on
>         them at
>         any time. If you haven't gotten contributor permissions, just ask on
>         the list.
>         ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>         Now, the rest of this email you can skip if you don't like
>         touchy-feely
>         stuff. This is just an expression of my gratitude to you good
>         folks and
>         doesn't have anything technologically pertinent to the
>         announcements above.
>         My personal motto is to always /*"keep improving"*/, and while I
>         would
>         never attempt to assert my own beliefs or feelings on others, I
>         do know
>         that this core principle of open source and Perl in general will
>         carry
>         us forward to good things in the future as we apply it in our
>         monthly
>         gatherings. We meet together, we learn, and we work in order to
>         improve
>         ourselves and that is a lot of fun.
>         Thank you for being a DFW Perl monger. Thank you for coming to our
>         meetings. Thank you for following the mailing list. Thank you
>         for your
>         contributions, great and small, that help us /*"keep improving"*/.
>         --
>         Tommy Butler, John Fields
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