QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ Sep 4 2006, 04:22 AM)
I own a sun fire v120 server in a data center with 2gbit line.
The server has a full 100mbit port (no limits) and its located in athens/greece.
Do you need an extra mirror?
PS: I can host *any* other linux,gnu,opensource project as well.
I've been looking for a (free) hosting site to create a web site for "Zaurus
stuff", mostly HOWTOs, notes, my experiences, my original wallpapers,
and some software. If the software is not 100% opensource, would it
still fit into the category of what you are willing to host?
For example, a while back in the "User Requests for Applications" forum,
"Bam" said he would donate money for a version of the Space Trader game,
which ran natively on the Zaurus. I originally thought this would be something
I could develop in a few days. After many days of excruciating trial/error work
on extracing the (incompletely documented) resources from a PRC (binary
PalmOs executable), as well as endian translation, I got all the data I need,
except that of the "forms" which represent the majority of the GUI. There appears
to be 57 forms in the game!
In the past, I would not mind sharing source code, since it was very easy to
find a high-level SW Engineering position in my area, with job security and
high wages. These days folks are leaving the area, and/or changing careers,
and for now I wish to remain here, and possibly take another stab at creating my
own company. I have lots of code I developed at my own expense from a prior
attempt, and although I will gladly offer the programs at no cost (donations welcomed),
it is not in my interest to give the source code away.
If this sounds reasonable to you, I would like to take you up on your offer of
I hate to have to read banners, and I hate to force others to do so. I recently tried
a free site ( http://johmis9.100webspace.net/
) and not only are the banners
annoying, but there must be a file limit, since the version of POVRAY for pdaXrom
that I compiled was about 6MB and gets deleted right after I upload it!
Anyway, enough rambling, let me know, and THANKS!