Re: Our Wiki just got hijacked

From: Arthur Keller <arthur_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Wed Jun 30 2004 - 11:06:35 CDT

I think those are great ideas, but they should probably be As David points out, this approach will
work even if's ISP isn't hosting the service

Best regards,

At 1:59 AM -0400 6/30/04, David Mertz wrote:
>Arthur Keller <> wrote:
>|We can look for another hosting service. I will also look into
>|whether UCSC can host it.
>This might be an opportunity to do something that probably should have
>happened anyway: It would sure look a lot nicer if the Wiki lived at,
>Or something else along similar lines. The whole
> is nice enough for my private stuff, but kinda
>confusing when people think of OVC. Even, likewise.
>Actually, the list archive is a little similar. I'm more than happy to
>host that (and such will assure the archive stays intact and available).
>But I've mentioned before that I thought it would be good to get
>subdomains to resolve to the relevant IP addresses. I'm not sure
>exactly how that's configured on the OVC host, but I know it's doable.
>So, e.g.
>Would point to
> PING 64 data bytes
> 72 bytes from icmp_seq=0. time=80. ms
>And likewise could point to some UCSC host, or
>whatever else. In terms of giving out URLs (and linking to them) it
>looks a lot nicer... but it doesn't break any links that have already
>been published, since DNS will still lookup as
>also pointing at

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