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Short Just a Few Hundred May 20, 2008

Posted by ismywebsite in general.
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Okay, I’ve completed the final calculation and assigned everyone to their nodes. (Accounts are not all created.)

However, I’m discovering that there are still about 300-400 clients who don’t fit anywhere. There are a few options:

  1. Squeeze them on the VPS, which may introduce vulnerabilities and it wont be an exclusive server anymore.
  2. Raise through donations now to buy another node.
  3. Find another node somewhere.
  4. Wait without the accounts created until enough revenue is generated, then go for the new node. (Anywhere from a couple weeks to another month.)

Any ideas?

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1. Chris - May 20, 2008

Knowing the fact that some people aren’t very patient, I would suggest that we try to find a way to squeeze them in, or to find a new node.

However, I personally would suggest to generate enough revenues to buy a new node. If everyone cooperates, I’m sure we’ll have enough money to buy the node in under three weeks, tops.

Can’t wait for the new launch!

Chris

2. J,R,D, Ltd - May 20, 2008

Where did all these other clients come from? I thought in a previous post you had listed the nodes and their capacities and there was going to be extra room.

I would probably do option 2 or 3.

3. ismywebsite - May 21, 2008

InfernoWrestling is considering setting up another node – so that should be great.

This wont delay setting everything else up, since I know which sites can’t be built.

Donations are difficult to attract.

4. gopanvn321 - May 22, 2008

hi matt i think you should be avalable for chta in gmail then many people can give you mor idea + you can request for donations and place ment of ads

5. gopanvn321 - May 22, 2008

matt send all our client mass email announcing our rebirth

6. mikespears - May 23, 2008

I am getting a dedicated server with 1 TB of disk space and 50 TB of bandwidth


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