[sf-lug] New SF Community Colo up and running
dudrenov at gmail.com
Sat Mar 3 11:31:59 PST 2007
I have a dual XEON 2.5Ghz, just siting here, gathering dust. Don't even
remember how much ram it has . It was 2 or 4 gigs.
On that note I'm down to to share the cost and have the machine used to the
benefit of sf-lug, so far as I can use it for a couple of personal project
All the best,
On 3/3/07, jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
> following up on this--
> currently SF-LUG has a machine (one of jim's towers)
> at the coloserve/servepath facility on Spear Street, at no
> charge thanks to Paul Lancaster of ColoServe.
> myself, i'd like to be supportive of the SFCCP colo
> project at 6th and Brannon.
> in the early days of the group there was discussion of
> a small group of us buying a colo spot for various
> personal projects.
> i'd be up for sharing the cost of a 2-U space, even
> willing to buy a box to go in it (it'd be my box, but
> you could do as you please).
> anyone interested in a SF-LUG playpen?
> On Mar 3, 2007, at 12:20 AM, Ian wrote:
> > (You may have already gotten this announcement on another LUG list.
> > For the duplicate, I apologize. This is a one-time announcement to
> > this 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 SFLUG people,
> > We are writing because SFLUG folks 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 probably 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
> > http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=03/11/27/050218
> > Thanks for your time,
> > Ian McLeod
> > San Francisco Community Colocation Project
> > www.sfccp.net
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