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I'm looking to start up Java Monks. So far myself and Moonie are interested in pursuing and developing the site. What we need is help with finding a server/host and a list of other individuals that would be willing to help out (either through coding, maintenance, site layout/design, whatever...)

Anybody got a box they'd be willing to run it on? (I'd do this myself from school, but I've only got one and I need it for Windows stuff... blah). I'll look into getting another one, but do to lack of money I won't be able to do this for a while.

If anybody has ideas for determining how many active users we might have in a day (how many does PM have?), how many posts, yada yada...

Either reply to this thread, /msg agent00013, or email Thanks a bunch... This'll be my last post here about JavaMonks since I know it's off topic, so if you're interested please contact me.

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