[jdev] JABBERSTUDIO NOTICE -- SITE DEMISE
nahuel at develog.com
Tue Mar 13 12:06:41 CDT 2007
I will study the question during april.
Can Jabber Foundation store the actual datas ? or will I have to start
from the beginning ?
But like said Artur, how many project are interested to be hosted, and
are they interested to participate to expenses of hosting ?
Jabber/XMPP : Vanzetti at develog.com
Le Tue, 13 Mar 2007 10:54:08 -0600,
Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> a écrit :
> Nahuel ANGELINETTI wrote:
> > Le Tue, 13 Mar 2007 09:27:20 -0600,
> > Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> a écrit :
> >> Nahuel ANGELINETTI wrote:
> >>> can we know why this server is shutted down ?
> >> 1. The JabberStudio code base is unmaintained and no one has
> >> volunteered to maintain it.
> > So why not can i propose my competences ?
> It's open source:
> Feel free to fork it. The original developers have disappeared.
> >> 2. JabberStudio uses a lot of bandwidth (probably 90% of the
> >> bandwidth used by the XSF infrastructure) and our hosting provider
> >> is unhappy.
> > In france we have hosters like dedibox which provide 100Mbps
> > connection ( without limit of transfered datas ), with a server
> > 2GHz, 1GB of DDRAM, and 160 GB of hdd, for only 59$ by month ( i'm
> > not doing an advertissment, just information ), and the possibility
> > to have RAID system.
> Feel free to talk with a hosting provider about hosting your fork.
> >> 3. We have continued to have trouble with JabberStudio, first the
> >> rootkit 2 years ago and yesterday what was effectively a DOS (no
> >> I'm not going to discuss the details).
> > ( point 2 )
> (point 4 )
> >> 4. The admin (c'est moi) doesn't have time for all this fun.
> > I think i can have.
> Good luck. :)
> >> 5. There are plenty of great options out there (Google Code
> >> Hosting, Berlios, SourceForge, etc.) that provide dedicated
> >> project hosting, better bug tracking tools, and so on. Go use 'em.
> > Sourceforge, i think it's a company who host/develop it, and not
> > open source, too bad, like Google Code Hosting.
> Fork the code, find a host, and have fun. I'm finished with
> JabberStudio, and so is our hosting provider.
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