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[REBOL] Re: How to find an Internet provider with Rebol CGI capabilities?

From: ale870:gmai:l at: 19-Jul-2007 7:37

Hello Brian, I think we can do something together, for at least two reasons: 1) I think that the people that try to make something as independent developers, or making an independent business, etc... should be promoted. 2) I hope I can help you to test the service, to let you supply a better service, etc... Since, at the beginning, I will not need of a big server (I'm creating the game in my free time, and meanwhile, I have a family, an Italian blog site devoted to Rebol, I have my standard job (I'm an analyst/programmer, and system administrator in a big company), etc...), I think your solution could fit my needs. If for you is ok, I wish to get an account for one month, just to check everything (I always used Rebol as standalone system, but I never used to create CGI ), and if it will be right, I can pay a fee to you (because I like the idea to pay someone to help his job). But I cannot pay too much (I'm a "normal" man, not a "rich man"!!), so please, give me a cheap solution. In the future, if my game will be completed, so when I will need of real server power, server resources, we could recheck again the fee to adjust it to the new requirements. Is it good for you? On 7/18/07, Sunanda <dhsunanda-gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'd be interested in speed comparisons between ISPs. > > With some caution, and a few lines of code inserted, it is > possible to run Carl's speed test on your webserver: > > http://www.rebol.com/speed.r > > CHANGES NEEDED: > * add a shebang at the very top > > * Insert these lines before the /print "running"/ > print "Content-type: text/html^/" > print "<html><head></head><body><pre>" > > * replace the /halt/ with these lines: > print </pre> > print </body> > print <html> > quit > > CAUTION NEEDED: > If you are running on a shared server, then one test may hit a > busy patch and give you unrepresentatively slow values. Probably > need to run once an hour or so for a few hours and evaluate the > range of responses you are seeing. > > I can tell you that the last time I tried it for REBOL.org we got > disk speed values suggesting the drive runs on rusty clockwork. > > Sunanda. > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at rebol.com with unsubscribe as the subject. >
-- --Alessandro