, dev testing area and more...

Sebastian Spaeth Sebastian at
Mon Jan 24 10:03:28 GMT 2011

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011 13:22:54 -0500, Philippe LeCavalier <support at> wrote:
> > I'd be offering a simple shared webhost, which is offered without
> > traffic limitations (but a fair use policy so I bet would
> > complain quickly if we started to relay the world's internet traffic
> > through them).
> > 
> > Access via FTP/SFTP or shell. I could also set up a wiki/joomla or
> > whatever people who would be doing some web work prefer....
> No offense but I used to have shared hosting before I moved to VPS and I
> don't think it would be wise to move any serious project to such an
> environment.

No offense taken, and if you would be willing to provide the webspace,
I'd be happy enough to just point the nameservers to whereever you want
If you give me an IP, I can do that right away.

> So I think it's clear we're looking to centralize around a site hosted
> somewhere(do we vote on this -how will we the community decided where
> it's hosted). We all want the most reliable & cost-free environment for
> the project. My offer still stands but if we don't like private enviros
> like the one I and a few others are offering what's left?

I guess Nicolas will have to make a call whether he wants that as
*official* home or not. But we can set up the already
and have people create content for it. If not official, it can always be
an unofficial portal :-).

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