A few quick notes that may be installing Aegir 2.x on nginx with MariaDB on a Debian Jessie server running PHP 5.6:
Context: I was running Virtual Box on my desktop for a mix of Windows testing VMs (for Internet Explorer) and GNU/Linux test servers for development. However, I also kind of like the idea of running some services from home, since not everything needs to be in a datacenter. My home Internet is reliable enough and connected to the local Montreal mesh network. I also like the idea of mirroring virtual machines that I host in a data center locally, and vice-versa, meaning that using ZFS snapshots that are backed-up nightly, I could re-spawn a VM in another location pretty quickly.
Disclaimer: I know absolutely nothing about Mac OSX, and my experiences so far have been pretty frustrating. So I wanted that a Mac laptop on my home network do its backups on a separate server. Apple normally recommends an Apple router with an Apple hard drive and other closed expensive Apple perceptions of the world. However, most systems allow you to backup to an external server, using their internal backup system. [...]
Il y aura une démonstration et discussions sur l'extension « CiviVolunteer», qui permet de grandement faciliter l'inscription de bénévoles, le placement et le suivi des heures lors d'événements. Nous enchaînerons ensuite avec des discussions informelles sur CiviCRM.
In mid-December 2013, TekSavvy changed its IPv6 configuration to favor DHCPv6-PD instead of static route configurations. DHCPv6-PD makes it really easy for users with household routers to configure their IPv6 (most recent routers support it out of the box, so enabling IPv6 is just two clicks away).