i am currently looking at the details, and tenatively plan on doing it.
Waiting for some
details from ibm. I think the restictions (commercial use of the server) are
no different
than IBM's PartnerWorld 1% lease deal for "development purposes only" is the
restriction, and has existed for years. Why would IBM give me a $50-100k box
in software cost) for 7k without such a restriction? Everyone wanting to be
an ASP would
dive for this without such restrictions.!
jim franz

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From: "Jill Aitoro" <jilla@pentontech.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 4:06 PM
Subject: iSeries Nation Privileges

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> I sent this to the nontech list before realizing the string regarding the
> topic was on this list...
> basically I was wondering if any of you that inquired about the "iSeries
> Nation Citizen Technology Exploration pilot program" -- the $7000 system
> home usage -- had succeeded in trying it out. I was told that while the
> price and configuration are good, there are too many restrictions on the
> system's usage...anyone taken advantage of the "privilege" that can
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