Latest update, Sun 18 Mar, 10:32 EDT:
The Computer Club brought up all services by 20:10 EDT Saturday, with the exception of retrocomputing platforms and a few personal coloated servers. We will communicate any details about further shutdowns as we receive word, though they may be on short notice.
Ongoing work related to unexpected power failures on campus has caused various scheduled and unscheduled outages for club services. See our status page for the latest updates.
To use our web hosting service, simply place files under a directory named www in your AFS home directory. These files can be immediately viewed at http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~[your andrewid].
If you are unable to view your files, check the AFS ACLs with fs la ~/www. Ensure that system:anyuser rl is displayed in the list of permissions. If it is not, set permissions with fs sa -d ~/www -acl system:anyuser read, then verify that your files are now viewable.
Welcome to Carnegie Mellon University's contributed webserver. This is one of a number of services offered to the campus community by the CMU Computer Club. It offers an alternate website hosting mechanism for andrew users as well as some services not offered officially by CMU Computing Services. No manual publishing is required to use this service.