[MUD-Dev] Re: PDMud thread summary

Chris Gray cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA
Thu Oct 22 08:04:09 New Zealand Daylight Time 1998


[Jon Leonard:]

 >I'm also volunteering to host the project on one of my computer,
 >Frost.slimy.com.  (also [www.]{mud,pdmud,openmud}.slimy,com.)  It's a
 >600 MHz Alpha running Linux, with a 24x7 160 Kbit network connection.
 >It's available for web hosting, source hosting, running servers, etc.
 >I paid for this out of my own pocket, so there aren't any strings attached. 
 >
 >It might be a good idea to have modules maintained by different people,
 >with different machines as home.  Everything should probably get mirrored.

A very generous offer, Jon. Much appreciated. My computer is nowhere
near as fast, but I have a 8Mb/sec cable modem connection (which means
the IP can change) to offer.

A co-worker manages the "GNO" project site for Apple-II machines. It
runs on a Linux box, uses remote CVS, etc. I'm sure he can offer lots
of advice on how to set this up.

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Chris Gray     cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA




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