Servers, servers, and donations
The jQuery services are mostly back to normal now, John has since moved the jQuery SVN to Google Code and is working to move the remaining mailing lists to Google Groups. So, the most important parts have weathered the recent server move, no problem.
Of course, moving providers when a dedicated server is required usually brings with it a significant investment of capital. With that, we wanted to thank the jQuery community for springing to life and donating generously to help with the transition. In fact, the donations completely cover the initial cost of the new server.
Obviously, we don’t really push for donations around here, so it’s great to see so many lend a helping hand. Thank you all.
And now for some extra-good news!
Media Temple has stepped up to donate a great hosting package, to jQuery, complete with the industry-recognized support reputation preceding them. We anticipate being fully up-and-running on their hardware in the coming months, and welcome this new partnership and the benefits it will bring the jQuery community.
Thanks (mt)mediatemple! ;-)
Great news for jQuery and all of us. :)
“Simplify Ajax development with jQuery” most valued XML article on IBM developerWorks, April 2007.
They deserve at least a link to their site:
Great news !
and great host.. i think mediatemple is one of the best hosts out there.