Antiflux is a friendly Internet collective run by volunteers using donated hardware and bandwidth. There are no membership fees, but users occasionally ask how they can help out. This page was established to keep track of what we need and who has donated money or hardware to keep Antiflux running.
If you would like to help out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|antiflux.org domain registration||$20/year||evan has been paying this for a long time|
|19 December, 2003||new hard drives||$411.95|
|19 March, 2004||new IDE drive||$154.08|
|27 June, 2004||SCSI card||$324|
|5 June, 2006||250 GB IDE drive||$114.48|
|1 December, 2006||new server (P4 3.4 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 320 GB drive)|
|20 June, 2008||1 TB backup drive||$218|
|6 June, 2012||2 TB backup drive||$160|
We also buy an occasional pizza lunch for Tera-Byte to thank them for hosting us.
Thanks to everyone who donated money (or hardware, as indicated) over the years. If we've missed a contribution below, please let us know.
Special thanks to Tera-Byte for providing bandwidth. Without their generosity, we couldn't afford to run Antiflux. If you host a personal domain with us, please consider registering it through Tera-Byte.
okcomputer lives at Tera-Byte, so tim is the one most likely to physically buy and install hardware. He no longer works there, but he visits from time to time. To get his current address, log in to okcomputer and run "cat ~tim/address.txt" or just email him.
Antiflux uses a lot of Free Software. If you're looking for some karma, the Antiflux administrators suggest supporting one or more of the following projects.
Additions to this list are welcome.