Thread: Extra FTP space I can put projects on?

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    Shadow12345
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    Extra FTP space I can put projects on?

    Does anyone have access to an ftp server that I can use to put some projects on?

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    In The Light
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    howdy,
    Like what??
    M.R.
    I don't like you very much. Please post a lot less.
    Cheez
    *and then*
    No, I know you were joking. My point still stands.

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    Shadow12345
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    coding projects, they're typically anywheres between 500KB and 7MB depending on the number of dlls and lib files I have (this is with just the source files, nothing in the debug folder, this is all on visual studio 6). Right now I have about 3MB worth of just source files and libraries from about 4 projects im working on, too small for a cdr, too big for a floppy, too big for all my email accounts

    EDIT: All this stuff is for school, btw. No porn whatsoever!

    EDIT1:
    My screen name is OpenGLProgrammer if you(anyone) would like to discuss with me further the ftp.
    Last edited by Shadow12345; 01-14-2003 at 06:59 PM.

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    junior member mix0matt's Avatar
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    I have an ftp server...i would require a donation though. I pay for the connection, and bandwidth isn't cheap.
    THIS IS NOT JUST A CHRONICLING OF THINGS WE HAVE DONE IN THE PAST BUT OUR RISE TO POWER.

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    In The Light
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    howdy,
    sorry, i only have 5mb of FTP space and my site takes up part of that.

    M.R.
    I don't like you very much. Please post a lot less.
    Cheez
    *and then*
    No, I know you were joking. My point still stands.

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    http://iptic.com/test/html/community/member_hosting.htm

    That's where my site (http://mysite.iptic.com/tutlinks/) is right now.
    The guy's paying for it out of his own pocket.
    -Save the whales. Collect the whole set.

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    Shadow12345
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    valar: I'm looking into that, seems like a great site

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    Banal internet user
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    *ahem*

    I'll give you 50mb FTP space (10gb/mo bandwidth) for free, because I'm so cool...

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    ¡Amo fútbol!
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    Or you could set up a yahoo briefcase.

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    Originally posted by Shadow12345
    valar: I'm looking into that, seems like a great site
    Great.
    He's a personal friend of mine and a regular poster at http://www.elysiun.com
    Sign up and he'll send you an email with all the login info.
    -Save the whales. Collect the whole set.

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    Originally posted by BMJ
    *ahem*

    I'll give you 50mb FTP space (10gb/mo bandwidth) for free, because I'm so cool...
    /me holds out his hands. Can I have some pwease?

    -Save the whales. Collect the whole set.

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    Banal internet user
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    Originally posted by valar_king
    /me holds out his hands. Can I have some pwease?

    You'd just use it for pr0n...

    Anything you say to deny this statement will only incriminate you furthur.

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    Shadow12345
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    Well BMJ attains the title of true coolness. In fact he is so cool that if I 'kiss up' to him too much he will take out my ftp space. Isn't that just charming? All hail bmj, all hail bmj


    EDIT: Ahh, I see now why I get ftp space we both ahve bananas

  14. #14
    Originally posted by BMJ
    You'd just use it for pr0n...

    Anything you say to deny this statement will only incriminate you furthur.
    Ok....
    Whatever.
    -Save the whales. Collect the whole set.

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