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Re: SEUL: re: project which needs web hosting

It may not be resource intensive like you said Doug, but it also depends on
how many groups he wants,
traffic, etc. Maybe a web like interface software like Hypernews might be a
bit better. Just a thought.


Doug Loss wrote:

> Roger Dingledine wrote:
> >
> > The only catch is your including 'usenet' in the list. I'm confused about
> > what you mean. Do you just mean that you want to be able to read that
> > hierarchy from the machines, or is it more complex than that? (I've used
> > usenet, and I've admin'ed Linux machines for many years, but I've never
> > combined the two, so please forgive my ignorance.)
> >
> > >   usenet (small hiearchy: freemware.*)
> > >
> It seems clear to me from the list that he'd like to have a news server
> running that is the home site for this hierarchy (sort of like
> forum.linuxworld.com).  This would require running INN or an equivalent
> on belegost.  I compiled and adminned INN on a UnixWare 1.1.3 system
> back in the INN 1.3-1.4 days (actually, I figured out the configuration
> changes necessary to get it running and passed them back to Rich Salz),
> but I haven't looked at it in a while.  As I recall it's a fairly easy
> install on Linux, and so long as you're not taking a usenet feed from
> anywhere else it's not terribly resource intensive.  Heck, it might even
> be useful in some way for other SEUL groups.
> --
> Doug Loss                 A life spent making mistakes is not only
> Data Network Coordinator  more honorable, but more useful than a
> Bloomsburg University     life spent doing nothing.
> dloss@bloomu.edu                G. B. Shaw

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