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Things look quiet here. But I've been doing a lot of blogging at dan.langille.org because I prefer WordPress now. Not all my posts there are FreeBSD related. I am in the midst of migrating The FreeBSD Diary over to WordPress (and you can read about that here). Once the migration is completed, I'll move the FreeBSD posts into the new FreeBSD Diary website.

Contributions 12 November 2000
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This page acknowledges the significant support and contributions from various individuals who have made The FreeBSD Diary possible.  I know I have ommitted people, but that was by mistake not by choice.  If you are missing, please let me know.  I wish to acknowledge all those who have contributed.

Some contributions are still in transit. When they arrive. I'll add them to this list.

Jay Montilla several boxes over the years, including my first FreeBSD box, Ducky, the 486 with 16MB of ram that is now my firewall.
Terry Hughes monitors, keyboards, floppy drives, hard disks, fans, SCSI cards, NICs
NZFUG various hard disks
Steve2 hard disks
The Hunt Group 2 XEON 550/100/1MB CPUs, 2 18GB SCSI Ultra160 drives
Andrew Stuart 64MB SDRAM, video card, misc RAM for other boxes
AMAKAWA Shuhei video card
Robert Ricci video card
Steve Wingate PII 266MHz CPU
Anonymous cash donations used to purchase SuperMicro S2DGE motherboard
Emerald Technology, Inc
Jason Short
Jason sent me an Adaptec 2940U2W.  It was perfect for the SCSI drives from The Hunt Group.
Scott Dodson cash donation towards more memory for the XEON.
John Von Boxtel Compaq Presario 1610 laptop
Christopher Holden CDROM drive

If you find either The FreeBSD Diary or FreshPorts especially helpful, you might consider making a donation.  There are several areas I wish to explore with FreeBSD, but my current hardware is rather limiting.  For more information, please read this.

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