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Canonical Donates Server to KDE

KDE is a growing community with growing needs. The KDE Sysadmin team works hard to keep up, but lately the servers have been coming under some strain.

To help ease the situation, Canonical has donated a new server for the KDE Sysadmins to use. The server, named kundong, features an impressive 8 CPU cores, 6 GB of memory, and a 130 GB disk with space for several more disks as needed. It is hosted in Canonical’s data center in central London.

Welcoming the new server, Tom Albers from the KDE Sysadmin team said, “This machine will make it possible to expand the services we provide to KDE contributors even more, combined with the speed and power to improve some of our current services”. The first services to move to the new server are expected to be KDE’s TechBase, UserBase and Community wikis.

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