Donated hosting and dedicated box from networkredux

Kevin Stange kevin at
Sat Jul 5 04:17:54 EDT 2008

Evan Schoenberg wrote:
> Thomas Brenneke of NetworkRedux, which provides Adium's hosting - both  
> a dedicated box they provided and co-lo for a second machine we  
> provided - has offerred to provide both hardware (a dedicated machine)  
> and hosting for free to Pidgin.

Not to start a "bidding war" here, but I should note that I talked it 
over with my boss at Steadfast Networks and we are also prepared to 
provide a dedicated server for free, depending on bandwidth 
arrangements, with the single requirement of a button indicating our 
hosting services are used at the bottom of the site (similar to what we 
already do for DV LABS).

If there is any benefit to distributing servers to more than one 
location, or if there is any reason NetworkRedux is not suitable, we 
should be able to accommodate Pidgin.

Initial discussion suggests we may be able to offer a Dual Xeon 3.0 or 
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 box for this purpose.  If useful, let me know, I 
can push it through fairly quickly.


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