“Affordable servers for your own controllable piece of the internet, running on the most beautiful operating system. Free pannekoeken with every order may not be a fact, but $10 donated to The #OpenBSD Foundation for every order is!”
"I just joined the @OpenBSDAms family :) Thank you very much,
@openbsd, @mischapeters, @romanzolotarev and everybody else working
on this project :)"
— Aldo Mazzeo (@gb_master)
"@OpenBSDAms upgrading even for a non BSD user was a
— Danny Dikker RCX (@dannydikker)
"I'm a happy customer of @OpenBSDAms now. I'm really enjoying the
simplicity of vmd(8)/vmm(4) and OpenBSD in general, haven't really
used it much since version 3.x!"
— Heidar (@heidarb)
"Super smooth upgrade from Openbsd 6.3 to 6.4 on my @OpenBSDAms
— DrWhax (@DrWhax@mastodon.social)
"you're awesome, OpenBSD 6.4 just released today and upgrade process
already started even finished! Unfortunately, on my side, I can't
be so fast."
— Wesley (@wesley974)
"Thank you guys, @OpenBSDAms for supporting and providing an OpenBSD server."
— Neeraj Pal (@_neerajpal)
“And thank you for first real public vmm/vmd deployment on #OpenBSD-current. You have business courage which is great! And you also keep in mind that without support of core #OpenBSD project this would not be possible. Kudos to you!”
"My blog https://stefan.arentz.ca is now running on an #OpenBSD
VM, hosted by the wonderful people of @OpenBSDAms. OpenBSD is
wonderful - it is all so well designed and documented. Also, I did
not have to install a single additional package to get Let's Encrypt
— Stefan Arentz (@satefan)
"Looks great! 🐡🌈"
— Bunq (@bunq)
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machine is €60 per year, of which €10 is donated to the OpenBSD
Foundation to support #OpenBSD development. If you have any questions
just ask @OpenBSDAms."
— Vetelko (@vetelko)
"Thanks @romanzolotarev and @OpenBSDAms for your hosting service based on OpenBSD!"
— Mathieu Kerjouan (@niamtokik)
"Such wow. Very vmd(8)."
— Mike Larkin (@mlarkin2012)
“Ever since the work on #OpenBSD‘s vmm/vmd hypervisor started, I imagined that it would be cool if somebody could run a cloud service based on it. @OpenBSDAms does it first and they even tithe... err... donate 10% to OpenBSD. Nice work!”
"@OpenBSDAms Hey over there! I think we like you! (This is a
non-sexual-pure-technical tweet). Greetings from the mountains!"
— Data Center Light (@datacenterlight)
"Got me a VM from @OpenBSDAms and running PHP 7.3 on it with
OpenBSD httpd https://obsd-ams.ctors.net/"
— Tom Van Looy (@tvlooy)
"I like the @OpenBSDAms initiative by @mischapeters: EUR 60/yr
OpenBSD vmd(8) vm's, EUR 10 of which is donated to the OpenBSD
Foundation: https://openbsd.amsterdam/ hosted in @XS4ALL IP space.
May OpenBSD & @OpenBSDAms live long & prosper. #OpenBSD"
— Matthijs R. Koot (@mrkoot)
“@OpenBSDAms Congrats on the HN mention. ☺️”
"Your service rocks!"
— Wesley (@wesley974)
"Hey @romanzolotarev Thanks for providing ssg! It is helping me
to (slowly) put my #OpenBSD musings into words. Later #FreeBSD will
also follow! And @OpenBSDAms thank you for hosting! Anyone interested,
let us know"
— fd0 RCX (@fd0_nl)
"The etsh (v6shell) website is now running on @OpenBSDAms instead
of @Vultr .. Now, it's time to finish prepping etsh-5.2.0 for release
on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday .. Wheee ! #etsh #v6shell"
— V6Shell(Jeff) (@v6shell)