Hi Milan, Jon, As discussed, 'the Debian project' as such has huge difficulties accepting hardware donations - offers are often turned down. (tangent - in my opinion donations should be accepted more liberally and if the Debian administrators can not be bothered to administer yet another machine, I'm sure somebody can be found on case-by-case basis to administer these machines and give out accounts to developers as needed.) For Sun machines, the best place to ask is probably the Debian sparc porters mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) - if anybody is interested in this machine, he's bound to hang out there. I guess you could donate the machine to the Debian project and have it be taken care of some individual developers. Especially since you (Milan) are ready to host it, you can somewhat control that it's really being used for Debian work (or at least, you can cut access again and donate it to somebody else or whatever.) Another possibility is local Linux user groups - especially since (I'm thinking of Milan) international shipping may be a major problems. cheers -- vbi -- According to my calculations the problem doesn't exist.
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