The OpenStreetMap Foundation, and the Operations Working Group, would like to thank Nokia UK Limited for the donation of some of their redundant server hardware. This hardware has found new purpose in the form of “soup“ and “fiddlestick“, two new web front end servers. A third server “eustace“ will be used initially as a trial web statistics server.
The web front-end servers, soup and fiddlestick, replace puff and fuchur who had performed that role since 2008. Web front-end servers in OpenStreetMap provide the data browser and data layer, as well as user diaries and other “social” functions.
Eustace will debut in a new role for OpenStreetMap by collecting web statistics. The OpenStreetMap Foundation wants to know more about how users experience the OSM web site in an effort to improve the way that OSM services are delivered.
 Character from The Clangers, a UK children’s TV programme.
 Strangewood (1999): Fiddlestick, a small musically emotive dragon.
 Turns into a dragon in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Chronicles of Narnia) after slipping on a gold bracelet.
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I wonder how they come up with these names- soup? fiddlestick?
We have a little list.
You totally need to use RichardF’s suggestion of Dragon32. 6809E represent!
What is inside the ‘dragon’ servers?
do the new donated servers have specs?
Yes, the OSM servers have specifications. I’ve added links to the articles as well. Thanks.