Finally, have we got the list of things we need and the cost? Shall we do an update,
and go for it...
Andreas

On 1/26/06, The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler <raster@rasterman.com> wrote:
On Wed, 25 Jan 2006 16:15:23 -0800 (PST) Eric Sandall <eric@sandall.us> babbled:

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> On Wed, 25 Jan 2006, Nathan Ingersoll wrote:
> > For those looking to donate, there is a small button on the left side of the
> > menus on enlightenment.org below the navigation menu. This actually takes
> > you to the SF donation page.
> >
> > As we are talking about donations to move away from SF, I would argue that
> > we shouldn't pay their transaction fee in this case, but that is up to your
> > discretion. If you would like to donate directly and bypass the fee you can
> > submit a donation via Paypal to my email address. This is where the
> > donations end up at the present time anyways.
> >
> > We currently have some funds from previous donations, but considering the
> > level of hardware we're discussing, I'd estimate that we only have 1/5 to
> > 1/3 of what we need (at best).
> >
> > While I don't want to discourage donations, we could definitely use those,
> > we do have some list members with considerable resources. If someone has
> > access to systems that would meet the needs raster outlined in his email,
> > and is willing to donate/discount them for E hosting, please let us know. A
> > dedicated server would be very nice to have, but we also take on the
> > administrative headache with the benefits and responsibility for hardware
> > upgrades/maintenance.
> <snip>
>
> Would be best if you GPG signed this with a known and verified key so
> we /know/ it is you. ;)

and how do u KNOW the key is right? - again - a web of trust thing. :) that's
nathan imho :) and i can confirm thats the address - if udont trust it - then
just use sf.net's donation system... but i was going to say, hold off for a
little - we need to address WHAT we need first - then how much we need. i
myself will chip in $100 for a server - if we see that as the right thing. now
i need to reply to all the mails in this thread...

> - -sandalle
>
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