IMAP and POP3 with support SSL and TLS for using with your favourite email client or on-line using the elegantly excellent Roundcube. Mailing lists and discussion groups using the popular GNU Mailman mailing list manager. Syncing and sharing of files, calendars and contacts with Owncloud.
You can host on our own managed metal, or we can look after your servers for you. Managed scalable Cloud services for distributed computing, dockerised containers, and IoT networks, on a range of providers. We can provide the deployment and DevOps expertise to migrate or manage your bare-metal or cloud systems for you.
Software development in PHP, Java, Python, and Go. Distributed cloud application development in AWS (see example). Software engineering and management and coaching in Agile, XP and Lean.
XtreamLab provides managed traditional and cloud Internet services running on purely Free/Libre
and Open Source Software (FLOSS) to a range of organisations in the UK with particular emphasis
on small to medium sized ethical businesses, community groups, co-operatives, and social
We don't have a social contract per se, but we'll host you if we like you, and we reserve the right not to provide you with services if we don't feel we can, or we don't agree with what it is that you do. No offence, it's just the way it is.
In a previous incarnation, XtreamLab focussed on providing Internet streaming services and received funding from the (now defunct) South-West Regional Development Agency for two ground-breaking events, VENN 2007 and D.R.O.I.D. Prior to this XtreamLab was also involved in streaming for events in London, Bristol and Barcelona. This site is not directly linked to the old versions of XtreamLab, but some of our experience is drawn from them; if you're looking for streaming, we can still do it. Peruse the microsite for D.R.O.I.D: Reality isn't everything.
The Bristol Cable is a pioneering media co-operative. We produce a free quarterly magazine, regularly publishing website, and run media training and local events which are free or cheap for members. Our aim is to redefine media ownership, bringing it back from corporate control into the hands of ordinary people.
Star and Shadow Cinema is a volunteer-run DIY space for Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, and the north east UK. It is set up as an open-to-join co-operative housed in a building it owns, dedicated to culture coming from and/or programmed by the grass roots - particularly cinema and music
Since 2006 BRHG have organised over 250 events; staging walks, talks, gigs, recreations, films, exhibitions, trips through the archives and fireside story telling. We have several active research projects, publish a range of books and pamphlets and host an archive on our website.
The People’s Republic of Stokes Croft started in 2006, to provide benefit to The Community by promoting the interests of the area, which include creativity, culture and the local economy. The mission of the PRSC is to help Stokes Croft to recognise its special qualities, by improving the streetscape through direct action, and creating a sense of identity.
A community-led educational centre for transition towards sustainability in Andalusia, Spain. In the beautiful off-grid eco-village of Los Molinos del Río Aguas, our lively international community works and learns together to develop, demonstrate, research and communicate accessible ways to reduce our environmental impact.
The Bristol-based Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls aim to oppose discrimination and repression through sport and social activities locally and internationally. Beginning in 1992, the Cowboys and Cowgirls have grown into a large sports and social club with tentacles that have spread throughout the world.
Bristol Multi-Faith Forum believes that it is in building understanding, friendship, and cooperation that people of different faiths come to recognize that, while there are differences, we hold a lot of values and hopes in common as well as a conviction that life is a sacred gift.
Lucy Woollett also known as Lady Lucy – makes paintings, drawings and moving image. Her work is strongly informed by her interest in the social function and value of her activities as an artist and more specifically as a painter. She seeks to find meaning and political application in the process of painting and draws on the art historical lineages of collaborative art practice and portraiture.
Grrrl Games is a supportive peer network for all women working in games. We run a friendly meetup in Bristol and online to show our work and encourage each other in our various roles in the games industry. We aim to meet monthly to share news and keep up with everyone’s professional and personal game projects, as well as having some social time!
Oxford historian Ed Pope extensively maps the forgotten from the diary of English journalist, novelist and political philosopher William Godwin. One of the first exponents of utilitarianism and anarchism, Godwin was married to Mary Wollstonecraft, with whom she bore Mary Shelly, the author of Frankenstein. This is an extensive resource and invaluable companion to the Bodleian Library's archive. Wollstonecraft