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I might be willing to host such a beast at, but I would need to see some bandwidth usage stats from a site like PerlMonks. Any ideas? Because, if it was going to use more than couple hundred gigs a month, I'd need some contributions to pay for that. Also I would only want to host it if it was focused on helping *nix professionals and serious hobbyists, and not just "I downloaded linux and how do I install IE".

PerlMonks has gone through that rather successfully, I think. There seems to be more real questions and less "hold my hand" requests. Or maybe they just bother me less, I'm not entirely certain.

I could also deal with whatever sysadmin/security issues come up, regardless of the hosting. Network security is fun.

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In reply to Re^3: Sites similar to Perl Monks, but not about Perl? by Aighearach
in thread Sites similar to Perl Monks, but not about Perl? by benizi

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