HC Provides Cloud Servers To Support Peppermint OS Open-Source Project

HostColor.com (HC) introduced that it has begun donating Public Cloud Server infrastructure to Peppermint OS open-source venture. HC is offering public cloud servers for Peppermint’s crew in its U.S. and European digital knowledge facilities.

The Cloud infrastructure assist for Peppermint is part of HostColor’s Open-Source Projects Support Program. The program is created to offer cloud infrastructure, community assist, and donations to builders of free and open-source software program tasks.

HostColor.com can even promote the Peppermint OS venture to its personal purchasers and companions. The cloud service supplier will donate to the Peppermint venture each time when its prospects set up and use Peppermint OS on cloud desktops and servers hosted within the HC’s digital knowledge facilities.

Peppermint is a Linux OS distribution based mostly on Debian and Devuan Stable that makes use of the XFCE open-source desktop setting for Linux and Unix-like working methods. One of Peppermint’s targets is to offer a well-known setting for brand spanking new Linux customers, that requires low computing sources to run.

“We are completely happy to begin offering public cloud infrastructure to Peppermint and supporting the venture. The Peppermint crew’s work is a textbook instance of the perfect mannequin for growing software program applied sciences – a horizontal group of proficient individuals who commit time and vitality to create and distribute open-source laptop packages, distributed below a GPU license,” says HostColor’s founder and CEO Dimitar Avramov. He provides the entire expertise business and the Internet, particularly, is constructed on the relentless efforts of tens of millions of people that do what the Peppermint crew’s members do – to create priceless software program code and functions and distribute them below the GNU General Public License. “Without the work of the builders of free and open-source software program, like these of Peppermint OS, who create packages to assist individuals, not for a direct revenue, the IT business can be in a a lot worse state,” additionally says HostColor’s CEO.

“Team Peppermint is happy to announce our partnership with HostColor.com enhancing our DevOps infrastructure and improvement of Peppermint. HostColor allows us to shortly iterate enhancements for future releases,” says Peppermint’s crew information launch. It provides that “Today we use the XFCE desktop setting and supply a alternative between Debian or Devuan on your working system. Team Peppermint continues our authentic tenets of offering instruments for a sensible desktop whereas introducing options like Kumo a Site Specific Browser (SSB) a favourite among the many Peppermint group,” says the assertion launched by the venture.

“Like life, our group adjustments as does expertise. Striving to launch improved code to constantly enhance its compliance and sustainability. We imagine our partnership with HostColor will deliver a shiny future collectively,” provides the Team Peppermint spokesman.

The HostColor’s “Open-Source Projects Support” Program

In December 2022, HostColor introduced its new “Open-Source Projects Support” program that goals to assist the work of assorted open-source tasks and communities.

The program has begun with the information that HC will assist the builders of free and open-source-based internet hosting management panels resembling CentOS Web Panel, Vesta, Froxlor, aaPanel, Webmin, Virtualmin, Ajenti, Sentora, Blueonyx, Easy Hosting Control Panel (EHCP), i-MSCP, ApisCP, and ZesleCP. HostColor will make a donation for every Shared Hosting account, VPS, Cloud, and Bare-Metal devoted server utilized by its purchasers, that makes use of one of many chosen open-source internet hosting management panels.

About Host Color

HostColor.com is a world IT infrastructure and Web Hosting service supplier since 2000. The firm has its personal digital knowledge facilities, a capability for provisioning devoted servers and colocation providers in 50 knowledge facilities worldwide. Its subsidiary HostColorEurope.com operates Cloud infrastructure and delivers devoted internet hosting providers in 19 European counties.

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