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Heads up: we're in for a move

As the title says: the Python Community Server is moving!

Thanks to Robert Barksdale, who has a brand spanking new JohnCompanies account, we're all moving over to a much quicker server with a significantly better net connection.  I've been downloading and compiling things (emacs, Python, etc) and, while it's not quite as blazingly fast as the customer testimonials would suggest, it's certainly comparable to my (single user) Athlon-1333 at home.

(The bandwidth is even more impressive than the testimonials, though -- wget was reporting speeds of over 700 kB/sec!)

Once everything's all up and running, and we don't have to restart Apache to install new modules all the time, I'll flip the DNS switch and move over there.

No more dynamic DNS - woohoo!

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