Several cities have a "community colocation project", such as the San Francisco Community Colocation Project. I feel that Atlanta is in a perfect place to join this movement.
Community colocation projects (CCPs) are a non-profit datacenter for non-profity entities and individuals. This would be a great opportunity for an advancement of Open source projects and for the community in Atlanta and the metro area. Atlanta is the center of high-tech development for the Southeastern United States, and as such, should become a leader in the Open Source arena.
Thoughts and comments are appreciated.