fedorapeople.org is now available

Fernando Nasser fnasser at redhat.com
Wed Jul 18 18:09:20 UTC 2007


How does one get his directory set up?



seth vidal wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
>  fedorapeople.org is now available for general use.
> What is fedorapeople.org?:
>   It is a site where fedora contributors can upload files for sharing
> out with the world. It is perfect for uploading specfiles, srpms,
> patches, etc, etc. Each fedora contributor has 150M of quota-controlled
> space. Users can upload using scp, sftp or rsync. Once uploaded into the
> users public_html directory the files are available via http at:
> http://your_username.fedorapeople.org/. To connect to fedorapeople.org
> just use the ssh key you uploaded to your fedora account and then you
> can login via ssh to: fedorapeople.org
> What fedorapeople.org is NOT:
>  - it is not a place for you to upload confidential or
> copyright-violating files.
>  - it is not a shell for you to login and stay logged into
>  - it is not a place for you to run your favorite proxy of whatever kind
>  - it is not a database server
>  - it is not a mail server
>  - it is not a run-my-favorite-cgi-server
>  - it is not a blog server
> We've tried our best to minimize and secure the services. Don't make a
> lot of unreasonable requests asking for us to undo that. :) 
> For reasonable requests please file put them in the fedora
> infrastructure ticketing system:
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Tickets 
> Let us know what breaks,
> -sv

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