Since Linux-VServer is a community project, so 'donating' some time, cleaning up wiki pages or adding new documentation, adapting other kernel patches to work with vserver, contributing to vserver development, or 'just' testing vserver in production-like environments, can be very useful to vserver evolution.
VServer developers often pay a lot to have access to the internet or to host their development or web servers, therefore providing connectivity, hosting or development space could help.
Good development resources are scarce, and sometimes such a simple thing like additional memory or harddisk space might help a lot.Access to unusual hardware, for kernel and userspace testing, or unused equipment is another thing which will be useful, and appreciated.
To get an idea what you could provide to the individual developers, check out their individual Hardware Lists ....
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Note: Please contact the developers for other options.
Getting a Service Contract
if you or your company use and like the Linux-VServer project, why not consider getting a service contract with the developers to ensure that it will live on and continue to provide high quality free and open source software?
Note: Please contact the developers for details.