> $('#land option[value=GB]')
[<option value="GB">Verenigd Koninkrijk</option>]
Let's regard this as its first load test :-)
> 2 A configured static IP adres
So, I know what a static IP address is, but I'm wondering how one 'gets' one. I'm wondering what they mean here.
I know you can't expect much for "free", but I am definitely curious.
While I see the 0€ price-point and I understand there's a market segment for people who want some online presence and little bandwidth, what's the business model?
That said, I think it's a lot of fun to do these sorts of projects but remind people that you have to be careful your Raspberry Pi does not eat your SD card for lunch. (which it will do if you do a lot of writing and updating to it). One of the big ones is log files because each time a line is updated in the log file the inode is updated with the length of the file, re-writing the inode means re-writing a 'page' (128K on many SD cards) and eventually you have wear leveled the thing to the nub. The buffer cache helps a bit but since you can be memory constrained on the Pi Linux flushes dirty pages more often than you might expect and again, dead SD card.
My current solution is to make the SD card read only, provide symlinks out (or mounting) to various directories where writes are happening on a USB attached laptop hard drive, and for development files mounting them with NFS.
Does it slow things down? Of course it does but this is a phone pretending it's a server so you have to set your expectations accordingly :-)