[sf-perl] [ian at linefeed.org: [oak perl] New, affordable community colo in SF up and running]
james at actionmessage.com
Sun Mar 4 21:55:19 PST 2007
On Sat, 3 Mar 2007 13:11:33 -0800, Quinn Weaver wrote
> For those of you who haven't heard... the San Francisco Community Colo.
> Oh yeah... ponte colocado.
Note that serverpronto is still $30/month for a P4/256MB/40GB dedicated
server machine. Their network is reliable enough to do MySQL replication,
not reliable enough for a corporate-class web site though.
So for personal use, SP is prolly cheaper.
If you owned a maxed-out machine you wanted to colocate, or needed
free speech support, the community hosting might be interesting, but
"starting at $45/month" could mean the actual price is more.
> ----- Forwarded message from Ian <ian at linefeed.org> -----
> Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 00:33:56 -0800
> From: Ian <ian at linefeed.org>
> To: oakland at pm.org
> Subject: [oak perl] New, affordable community colo in SF up and running
> (You may have already gotten this announcement on another LUG list.
> For the duplicate, I apologize. This is a one-time announcement to
> the Perl Users Group list, intended solely to spread the word that
> we exist as a new colo resource for folks interested. I appreciate your
> patience and understanding)
> Hello Oakland Perl folks,
> I am writing because I think that some on this list might be
> interested in a new non-commercial, community network with a
> colocation facility in downtown San Francisco.
> If you operate a server for an open source project, a non-profit
> organization or non-commercial personal use, you qualify to host your
> server at the San Francisco Community Colocation Project's colo at
> 6th & Brannan in downtown San Francisco.
> Your share of the collectively-purchased space & bandwidth starts
> around $45/1U/month.
> We have helped run a non-profit colo facility in the Bay Area for 5
> years -- and now we are opening the doors to our newest colo in SF.
> We are part of a network that includes other community colos in
> Seattle, Chicago, Toronto and Washington DC.
> We are also committed to the protection of online free speech. In
> 2003, for example, we received a DMCA take-down order from Diebold
> regarding documents that had been posted to our servers that shed an
> embarrassing light on Diebold's eletronic voting machines. The
> Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) took up the case and Diebold
> backed down. A corporate colo likely would have forced the client to
> comply with Diebold's lawyers.
> If any of this sounds good to you, please get in touch!
> 1) Email us -> inquire at sfccp.net
> 2) Call us -> (415) 887-7679
> 3) Check out our website -> http://www.sfccp.net/
> For more information on the Diebold case, see
> Thanks for your time,
> Ian McLeod
> San Francisco Community Colocation Project
> Oakland mailing list
> Oakland at pm.org
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