I have personally thought about running a server for monks to write
and test scripts. I was planning on using an old p133 computer for the
firewall, and something a little better for the server. My only problem
is that my house is in a new development that doesn't yet have
high speed access cheaply yet. I like the idea, and as long as
people realize that their info could get wiped out at anytime due
to bad coding and are not using it as a website that then need to
run 24X7 regardless, It's a great idea. Once I have my server set up
(whenever that is,) I will mirror or host or what-ever I can do to help.
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