any reply from this guy yet? i couldn't get much from my friend at savis, they have some sort of NDA with the company, unsuprisingly. i poked arounda bit more about these people, and their 'dedicated' servers aren't really dedicated, but partitioned OS images all running on the same machines. VMware sells software like this(which is very cool) that allows you to partition off hundreds of OS's on the same piece of hardware. so if they have a 4x xeon machine with 4Gb of RAM, they partition off 1Ghz of CPU time and 1Gb RAM to each virtual OS. tangent: i'm trying to vmware to donate this software to us for an advanced type meo server that people could learn linux/freebsd or any other free OS on. how cool would your very own djc.evolt.org or joeuser.evolt.org server be? its really cool technology, but they're not very up front about it for whatever reason. martin, can you contact him again saying that we're interested and get some sort of basic SLA in place(you don't own our content, etc..) and see what exactly they want in return? if you can get everything hammered out by the time i get back from vacation, i'll put the IE section of the browser archive on their server for a bit, and we'll see how it works. if they screw up, i'll just have b.e.o point back to itself. cool? .djc. Martin wrote: > > > Begin forwarded message: > >> From: "Max Hun" <max at infinology.com> >> Date: Sat Apr 06, 2002 02:19:31 am Europe/London >> To: "Martin" <martin at members.evolt.org> >> Subject: Re: Hosting >> >> Yes, its not a problem. Bandwidth.. I seriously mean unlimited. We >> have 3 >> 100mbit pip. One from SAVIS, another from UUNet. We are barely using >> any... >> Colocation would not be a problem. Use whatever service you want. Take a >> look at what we have to offer. If you get a dedicated from us, you have >> full >> control and can tune it any way you like.