> I figured I would put together a small dual opteron with an SATA array...
> We are fond of mailman but will use anything the project desires.
Would mailman be sufficient? It seems to offer the most versatility.
Besides it uses our preferred language (python) :)
>> The other initial main thought is... what kind of hours of support can
>> we expect? Like, if something fails at 1am, can we ring someone
>> who'll be able to look into it in a decent timeframe and have the
>> ability to get it resolved (within reason of course).
> I would provide my cell phone to appropriate responsible parties and
> other on-call numbers when needed.
To be more clear on this. If there was a problem during business hours
you can always call the office. We are PST and a tech is always
answering the phone (we don't have an answering service or anything).
For after hours stuff, I would provide an after hours call. Basically I
would treat this just like I treat our managed services, which means you
get 24x7 support.
Joshua D. Drake
> Joshua D. Drake
>> Regards and best wishes,
>> Justin Clift
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