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Month: May 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Que Pasa Bro -- What be the Story Tim?

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Tue, 22 May 2012 09:32:52 -0700 (PDT)
> > Needless to say, not cheap. ;-)
> > 
> That's what sparked the thought of approaching some of the
> Univ. with strong comp. sci. programs to see if any were interested in (1)
> using the project as part of some undergraduate/graduate level desktop design
> curriculum and (2) providing a mirror for the code. I see the benefit as
> many-fold, (1) TDE benefits from the brainpower of the students and faculty
> involved, (2) young minds, fresh ideas, (3) exposure of many, many more young
> folks to TDE/expansion of the user base, and (4) the tangential storage and
> bandwidth contribution if they pick up the project.
> Best of all -- the cost...

Consider contacting the people at the Oregon State University Open Source Lab. If we offer to meet costs, even partial, I suspect they will be willing to host our services. They might still be willing even if we don't offer simply because of the nature of our project. But as we now do pay our own expenses, more or less, I believe we should offer to cover costs as much as we can pay.

OSUOSL is popular and dependable.

I'm not affiliated with them in any way. OSUOSL is one of the primary mirrors for Slackware. Hence my familiarity.