Hola, acabo de poner las IPs estáticas para las máquinas virtuales que
¡En total tenemos funcionando 10 IPs!
6 de Fibra Óptica (Cobalt + sus 5 máquinas virtuales)
2 de Fibra Óptica + WiFi
2 de ADSL
Hay 2 IPs más que tenían máquinas de moviments.net pero que han dejado
de responder, se supone que las máquinas y/o sus servicios han sido
migrados, bueno, tampoco es cosa nuestra.
He añadido las fichas de los servidores virtuales de Cobalt:
Me faltaría ponerles el nombre de dominio en el Bind de Cobalt.
From: Magnus Lawrie <m.lawrie@gm...> - 2010-01-20 13:50:44
The aim of this conference is to explore the connections between
anarchist thought and activism in regions of extensive uptake of
anarchist ideas, e.g. Spain, Portugal and Latin America, with respect
to an important area of anarchist ideas and practice: sexuality.
This is an under-studied area in anarchist historiography and other
disciplines, such as history of labour movements, and this is
particularly the case in some understudied countries within these
regions (especially Portugal and Brazil). As areas with large
anarchist movements, they offer telling examples of how anarchism
engaged with this important question.
Sexuality was taken up by anarchist movements as an example of their
attempt to interconnect cultural, social and economic questions and
forms of exploitation and as a response to broad issues of power
differentials between men and women in society, the role of the
Catholic Church and as an attempt to live and experience cultural
change as part of the overall challenge anarchist movements have
provided against capitalist social relations.
This is relevant not just on a historical level but also has relevance
to current debates on the relations between politics, sexuality,
cultural change and identities. We invite papers on historical as well
as present day intersections between anarchism and sexuality, and
their implications for anarchist or libertarian practice. We would
also encourage contributions on Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking Asia
and Africa and their respective anarchist movements.
In addition to providing a forum for the discussion of the legacy and
the present of anarchist thought, the conference aims to allow for a
critical engagement with current theories that derive from the
realities of countries generally unknown in British critical thinking,
political science and sociology, not to speak of gender and sexuality
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