[Consortium] Poll for consortium members and board
Ivica Ico Bukvic
ico.bukvic at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 18:55:16 EST 2007
Ken, I think you are missing the point of my inquiry. Our hosting is totally
free since it is through the university. We are not however in position to
host something does not necessarily fall under our mission.
So, the question is whether we consider E17 project part of our mission and
if so should we offer them a free hosting service.
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> From: consortium-bounces at lists.linuxaudio.org [mailto:consortium-
> bounces at lists.linuxaudio.org] On Behalf Of Ken Restivo
> Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 12:47 PM
> To: Ivica Ico Bukvic
> Cc: consortium at lists.linuxaudio.org
> Subject: Re: [Consortium] Poll for consortium members and board
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> On Thu, Feb 22, 2007 at 01:32:10AM -0500, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > In my recent discussion on the future of linux on the desktop, one of
> > suggestions was to look into the continually developing enlightenment
> > desktop solution which does have amazing efficiency as well as steady
> > development pace.
> > My recent investigation on the status of the project has revealed that
> > project is in dire need of funding for the purpose of getting a new
> > This got squeaky cogs in my head turning and I began wondering what if
> > Linuxaudio.org offered them server space for their needs, especially
> > this is one thing we can offer at practically no cost to us. I've not
> > bothered to mention this to the enlightenment team even in a form of a
> > remote possibility, namely because I am not sure if this is something
> > Linuxaudio.org wants to use its limited resources on...
> > So my question/poll to you is, would this be something that bears
> > to our mission (IMHO it does, albeit indirectly).
> > Any ideas/comments?
> I use and highly recommend NearlyFreeSpeech.NET for hosting.
> Dirt cheap, great service, and technically they are serious geeks. How
> many other web hosters give you emacs and CLISP (among others) in your SSH
> environment? Plus, they've fully embraced the Open Source Ideology, which
> I support enthusiastically.
> I can't imagine using anyone else for web hosting, especially if money is
> - -ken
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