Last January we started a fund raising campaign to raise money for an updated server to help host GitGud and it's over 10,000+ projects. We were able to raise enough funds by April to make our first purchase. Thanks to your support, we were able to buy our HP
Sapphire needs a new denser server for GitGud, Mixtape, and Tavrn and we're starting a GoFundMe campaign to raise the funds to increase our server capacity for 2021 and onward.
What Happened? When we converted our Apache configuration to NGINX, we used an automated tool and it did not convert the "no PHP execution access" on our avatar and cover uploads. This allowed a 3rd party to upload and execute a PHP shell in which they could possibly downloaded a
> Status of this position: Closed We’re looking for development partner to help take our top 30k website (via Alexa [https://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/mixtape.moe]) with 45.1 million unique visitors per month to the next level. What we’re looking for – Comfortable with small teams – Experience in
> Rule of Acquisition #125: You can’t make a deal if you’re dead. To be a donations based organization. You need to be able to accept donations. So we had to put together a campaign to raise funding. Putting together a crowdfunding campaign isn’t easy. Who are we?
One of the things that got me interested in Sapphire was Michael’s openness about talking about his infrastructure and how much he was spending to host his services. > Here’s the layout of the servers soon.http://t.co/wERmVLyqou [https://t.co/wERmVLyqou] will get it’s own