[Pdx-pm] Website Hosting
Bruce J Keeler
bruce at drangle.com
Fri May 26 10:34:39 PDT 2006
I have a decent server in a colo that's relatively unused. I'd be happy
to provide some space. mod_perl, subversion, whatever you like.
On Thu, 2006-05-25 at 16:38 -0700, Eric Wilhelm wrote:
> Hi all,
> As you know Bob, our current website is being hosted by Christian Brink
> (apparently not aware that he was still hosting it.)
> The kwiki is currently frustratingly slow (at least from here.) This
> seems to be a system resource issue, though it might be connection
> and/or kwiki. I believe a few members have accounts on the server, but
> this isn't quite clear either.
> So, I would like to:
> A. thank Christian for hosting
> B. figure out how the system is currently setup
> C. improve it
> Anyone able to provide hosting? At the moment, it needs to be able
> to run kwiki (so, at least needs perl cgi.) If you've got root on
> something where we would have control over the apache configs,
> mod_perl, etc, that would rock. Having a subversion repository might
> simplify the maintenance.
> I have a box, albeit not a well-connected or extremely powerful one. It
> does have excellent uptime, but this is limited by the 1hr UPS and I
> can't do much about guaranteeing the connection.
> As far as being the webmaster. That's up to who hosts it. If you
> don't want other people in your server, you get to be the bottleneck.
> If you feel like spreading the load around, I'm at least one volunteer.
> See also: "use subversion and not shell accounts to delegate."
> FANCY TECH:
> Any thoughts on what we should do with the site? Suggestions that I
> recall from April:
> 1. make the wiki be the home page
> 2. calendar
> 3. ... (doesn't mean I don't love the idea -- I just forget stuff)
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