gsoc 2013

Jonathan "Duke" Leto jonathan at
Tue Jul 23 14:02:47 UTC 2013


It used to be free. Things change. There are many other free options.
Here is one:


On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:29 AM, denisboyun <denisboyun at> wrote:
> On 16.07.2013 23:31, Jonathan "Duke" Leto wrote:
> Howdy,
> No, but I will help you, along with Bruce and the rest of the Parrot
> community. This is going to be the first thing the world sees when
> they "play around" with Parrot. It is part of our "essential
> infrastructure".
> I suggest installing your web app on for
> development and testing. There are various other options, but they are
> less evil than others.
> Then, the version running on will be the "real and public"
> version, which we call "production".
> Production never goes down.
> If you need help, please ask on #parrot, parrot-dev and do internet
> research. There is a lot of good docs.
> If you get stuck, I will do my best to help you. This is all for your own
> good.
> When you are able to do all of this yourself, without instruction, you
> will be a very valuable employee and/or you will be able to run the
> tech side of your own company in the future :)
> Duke
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 10:29 AM, denisboyun <denisboyun at> wrote:
> Hi Duke.
> I've installed my project on server on path
> /var/www/
> But it's needing to configurate an apache server.
> Will you configurate it?
>  it isn't free too.
> Build your ideal application stack by combining powerful cloud services. Go
> live and only pay for what you need. Live apps start at $4.32/month.

Jonathan "Duke" Leto <jonathan at>
Leto Labs LLC

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