First of all I'd like to apologize for the mess with the packages right
now. I'm currently setting up dedicated servers for simplygnustep
(simplygnustep.com/org/net and sgstep.com/org/net) but I'm still
waiting for the hard drives.
Hopefully I'll have the hard drives by Friday and I'll be able to fix
the packages. Until then... sorry, no machine to use (except for this
eMac, which doesn't help here)
I'd also like to announce what the servers will be:
simplygnustep.com/org/net will be a traditional www and anonymous ftp
server. It will have the repository and the install disc images when
available. Hopefully it will be mirrored a lot to reduce the
relatively low upstream bandwidth I currently have.
sgstep.com/org/net will be something like .Mac. The goal is to
integrate the distro with the services from sgstep and charge a small
fee (most likely $25 a year, 1/4 of what apple charges)
Initially I will be trying to get the server to work right and I plan
to make the services free for that time period. So stay tuned if you
want an account, I will announce when I'm ready to start testing the
Sgstep.com will have email (pop, smtp, IMAP, secured if desired), and
some type of "iDisk" type thing, webdav seems the natural method for
doing that. More things will come down the road like personal web
pages and stuff.
P.S. I'm gonna try and get my hands on a machine before then and fix
On Nov 15, 2003, at 10:01 AM, Johannes Rohr wrote:
> Am So, den 02.11.2003 schrieb Chad Hardin um 03:11:
>> Thanks! I did not catch that one!
>> I'm still not sure how that one popped in there, it was not in the
>> control file. I'm using the ssarge branch of Debian, maybe that's how
>> that popped up cause none of the other apps had that problem.
> Just for the record: sgstep-meta-user still remains uninstallable. If
> you can't tame sgstep-addressmanager, I suggest, you drop the
> from the meta package for the time being.
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