On Sat, 2003-03-29 at 23:51, Stuart Donaldson wrote:
> Looks pretty sharp.
> For what it's worth, when I put up the 0.8 release on SF, I checked into=20
> getting it running with a OneShot adapter, but the SF servers were not=20
> compatible with it. It turns out there is some sort of bug that results=20
> in various segfaults with some math functions. In particular, log(5)=20
> couldn't be done which is needed in the initialization of the random=20
> module. I filed a bug report with them, but they had not gotten around=20
> to it in a while. Note that the same math function fails in python, and=20
> in perl.
> Anyway, I had hoped to set it up so that Webware could host its own home=20
> page. But that'll need to wait a little longer unless we want to move=20
> the home page off to another site.
It occurred to me when I started playing that doing it with Webware
itself might not be a hot idea since the SF servers are laregly out of
anyone's control...however the design is the main part, so it would be
easy to switch to php or xml -> html or whatever anyone wants...
As far as external hosting goes, I can host it on my company server, so
long as nobody minds a small "powered by my company" button for the
trouble. It is a johncompanies.com server if anyone is worried about
uptime or reliability (though, a 486sx in my grandmothers basement is
probably more reliable than SF servers). I'd want releases and downloads
to be kept on the SF servers for the sake of bandwidth, but otherwise
things are mostly setup for Webware hosting already (which BTW, we will
be providing shortly if anyone is looking).
I can provide shell accounts for any dev's who want to work on or manage
the site....so, lemme know....
Tom von Schwerdtner <tvon@...>
The Etria Group