Josh Berkus wrote:
> Hmmm ... from my perspective, what we need is not so much to move the mailing
> lists, is to have a fallback to another mailing list server in the event that
> Hub.org becomes unavailable for some reason, such as the trunk line in Costa
> Rica going down (as happened last fall). The mailing lists are the backbone
> of our community; we really can't afford for them to go offline for more than
> a few hours.
Well although that is obviously a possibility (Backhoe comes to mind)
our connectivity comes from three different providers:
Also our connectivity is physically accessible my half a dozen people
within 30 minutes, even at 3:00 AM. If something goes down, the whole
freaking world is notified to make sure it is getting worked on. Did I
mention the natural gas fired generator? ;)
I just want to help make the parts of the project that we can, as
reliable as possible.
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