[sf-lug] looks like the 1s have it
jim.stockford at gmail.com
Mon Jul 31 17:25:54 PDT 2006
not a heel at all. thank you, thank you for
your help so far. i'll present questions as
i try to set in up on my box (i tried before
but was discouraged with the wealth of
On 7/28/06, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> Quoting jim stockford (jim at well.com):
> > The 1s responses were overwhelming.
> > We'll create a separate job posting list (and probably
> > lose a few members) and invite you all to join.
> > I'll review Rick's notes, add a paragraph to the web
> > site, and go from there (i.e. beg Rick to help creating
> > the sf-lug job posting email list).
> Um, I feel like a heel for saying this, but: not on my server.
> I'll be glad to help you set it up elsewhere, but not here.
> As mentioned, I'm moderator of several technical group's jobs mailing
> lists in the Bay Area. It's a (small) pain in the neck, being
> moderator, but I don't complain: I knew there would be annoyances when
> I volunteered.
> The thing is, though, I say to myself: "At _least_ I don't have to host
> one of these things." They gulp disk space, the sysadmins get all sorts
> of absurd problems thrown at them, and so on.
> My system (the one SF-LUG's mailing list is on) is running short on disk
> space, being a circa-1998 VA Research 2U server with its original pair
> of 9GB SCSI drives. I _do_ have a replacement machine assembled and
> partially debugged, but haven't yet done the cutover. (Note that it's
> not a question of money; it's time to do the admin scutwork.) I could
> bore you to death with details, but will spare you. ;->
> And no, I'd really rather not host that sort of list _after_ doing the
> hardware cutover, either.
> sf-lug mailing list
> sf-lug at linuxmafia.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the sf-lug