On Thu, 19 Aug 1999, Rob wrote:
thing is, who would pay for a simple shell account?
that'd be pointless all right. but i think he meant that pleb account
still gets to do everything they want, (own domain/mx.. whatever),
but without admin access -> they'd have to bug those who did to make
the relevant changes.
who's interested so far?
plan at the moment looks like:
host at either clubi (~£250pm) or possibly rob hill's posh internet
bijou. (£ to be agree, but < clubi)
computer: buy secondhand computer / throw old parts together / god
services: whatever you want. at least virtual mail/web (but domain
costs are your own).
admin: to be decided.
probably need at least 10 people for this to be viable. the more the
So show of hands please.
paul at clubi.iehttp://hibernia.clubi.ie
PGP5 key: http://www.clubi.ie/jakma/publickey.txt
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