On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Hacataka Comodo <hacataka(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Greetings fedorianos in Perů fedora have more than 3 months with the
problem of the website, we have proposed solutions latam ambassadors
have written and without any viable solution, we have also talked with
the staff of Telefonica del Peru and the filter by them follows.
Perů Fedora calls on all representatives of Fedora, support us to
intervene in the matter, with a new host and space to handle the
responsibility of Fedora in Peru.
What we want is we put our resources for Fedora host and domain and
thus continue to recruit more users in Peru and have support and
fluids with Fedora, a topic that we have lost all this time.
pending a viable response to the progress of Fedora I say goodbye
Fedora Ambassador for Peru
I think that people beyond LATAM may not know what is happening in Perú.
The internet service provider have blocked access to
(LATAM infaestructure), probably due a
misconfiguration on DNS servers. They blame the website because it is
easier than fix the problem.
Have you dig about the name of some authority on the ISP to whom can
be addressed a letter/mail? There is no goverment telecommunication
agency where you can file a complaint about this? At least in
Nicaragua you call tech support and they blame somebody else, you
write a letter to the ISP with copy to the national telecommunication
board and you get solutions fast.
What I do not follow is what you want. When you said "our resources"
you mean Fedora Peru Resources? LATAM Resources? Fedora Project
As far as I know, not everybody is using Fedora Project or LATAM resources.
The group from El Salvador requested space in LATAM infraestructure
and because of delays they set up their own domain/hosting. They have
their site working now.
In Nicaragua we looked for local sponsorship to get our hosting and
managed to get the domain name for free. We did not pursued LATAM
infraestructure because we aimed to have a local repo, which is now
There is any way in which I can assist you?
Linux User # 473217