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2 Apr 2001 (updated 6 Jul 2001 at 15:59 UTC) »

hm nice, so i finally got myself to create an account at advogato.org...

most of you do not know me, anyway - so let's start with webmonster's clean slate approach...

i worked for and built up nacamar data communications in the last years as a core team member, primary job: 101% techie.
when nacamar was bought out by world online which was a typical .com(pany)? which was bought out by tiscali (also a typical .com, see tiscali.net) i quit my job there - and now i am doing my own projects...

there are several nice ideas that i have, i discuss a lot about fundamental issues concerning freebsd, and i do not use capitalization in my msgs.

i run my own server, datasink.webmonster.de, just for fun - and i made the misdecision to upgrade the os to freebsd-4.3- beta some days ago. the box runs on apache with php and some zend extensions. the mail system is qmail with an up-to-date version of procmail for local maildir delivery. i support and use DJB's software, especially qmail and djbdns - i deployed several infrastructure projects on it.

in the past i did a lot of server stuff, the funnier projects are gm europe, shell 12move and big brother which are pretty high volume (eg. multi-TB/month+) sites. i also deployed a 500gb ftp server at filepile.nacamar.net which is dead now due to their lack of technical understanding...

more to follow soon,

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