[Cyborg] Compass Vibro-Anklet Hack Notes 2009.03.26 and Repo/Hosting Question

Rachel McConnell rachel at xtreme.com
Fri Mar 27 18:25:21 UTC 2009

So basically, if we set up a repo and give you an IP, you'll point a
thing.nb.net at it.  Then we still need a place to put the repo, and my
Dreamhost account seems fine for that.  So I made an account, there's
several hundred G of space, go ahead and set up a repo of whatever kind
you want.

$ ssh sensebridge at aroundto.it
sensebridge at aroundto.it's password: (email me for it)

I'll probably have to do some kind of hoop-jumping to get an IP address,
or Andy can you set it up to point to different domain name which then
must resolve, instead of an IP?  A dual level DNS resolve, or redirect.
 Surely something like this exists...


Andy Isaacson wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 07:55:54AM -0700, Christie Dudley wrote:
>> Doesn't Noisebridge have a repository somewhere?  If not, we really should.
>> I'd be a fan of that domain being an alias of the noisebridge server.
> We've always said that members who want a service should feel free to
> host it!  I'm in complete favor of hg.noisebridge.net and
> git.noisebridge.net and svn.noisebridge.net existing, I just don't have
> the mental bandwidth to run them myself right now.  If anyone wants to
> make it go, we can point DNS at whatever IP you wish.
> (I'd personally prefer if people could host on machines [virtual or
> physical] they control rather than pointing at a shared virtual server
> farm like Google Apps, but that's just my preference, not a rule.  I do
> think it's important that we not be locked into a specific hosting
> service though -- so being able to get our data *out* is the main
> thing.)
> -andy
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