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DNS

Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet. The Domain Name System is a distributed database of name servers. Each domain or subdomain has one or more authoritative DNS servers that publish information about that domain and the name servers of any domains subordinate to it. Access to the DNS is through a domain registrar.

  • ussf2010.org - Josue
  • ussocialforum.org - Michael
  • ussf2007.org
  • ussfwiki.org
  • ussfdetroit.org

Server Admin

A web server is a computer that delivers content using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. Our web servers are hosted by May First/People Link, which gives MF/PL control over its fundamental hardware and software administration. It is virtual and unshared. DNS nameserver records point our domains to this server. Administrative access to this computer is responsible for the management, software, storage, and access for the websites, emails, email lists, etc.

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Server Access

Non-administrative access to this computer includes management of the websites using a local-to-central development environment via a private/public key pair.

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Website Admin & Access (should make a page on each site)

Users with administrative or managerial access to the websites listed below are able to change and manage website content and web-interface allowable development. Access is achieved by logging into the website itself. Permitting users to be made Drupal, MediaWiki, or TracWiki administrators or managers is relatively easy and does not require a local development environment.

  • www.ussf2010.org
  • wiki.ussf2010.org
  • ict.ussf2010.org
  • community.ussf2010.org
  • organize.ussf2010.org

Mailman

Email

Others?

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