- ... Ǧẽẽron, ȝéxdemóónuẽs! I’ve been doing conlanging for several decades. I began with a pencil and a spiral notebook! Now I have a laptop. MyMessage 1 of 6 , Jul 27, 2013View Source
>One of the services of the Language Creation Society is to provide itsǦẽẽron, ȝéxdemóónuẽs!
>members with free web hosting. Check
>http://conlang.org/about-the-lcs/web-hosting/ for more details.
I’ve been doing conlanging for several decades. I began with a pencil and a spiral notebook! Now I have a laptop. My problem is that, while I’m really great with pencil and paper, I’m not so great with a computer. I know how to use my WordPerfect, but I’m really download-shy. I went to the LCS page that Cristophes recommended. Frankly, I don’t understand the technical details on the page.
I’d greatly appreciate it if someone would help me (privately). I’d especially like to know if my WP documents can simply be copied to my LCS website.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
- I use DreamHost. It s a shared server but they give you a lot of flexibility with what you can do for a fraction of the cost of a VPS.Message 2 of 6 , Jul 28, 2013View SourceI use DreamHost. It's a shared server but they give you a lot of
flexibility with what you can do for a fraction of the cost of a VPS.
On Jul 27, 2013 12:53 AM, "Leonardo Castro" <leolucas1980@...> wrote:
> Hi, conlangers!
> For those who have their own web sites, what web hosting service do
> you use? Why?
> I don't know if this influence the choice, but I have some programs
> created in NetBeans/Java/Ubuntu that I would like to put on the
> Internet as applets.
> And I would not like to use a free hosting service if I it requires me
> to give up publication rights over my code and texts by using it.
> Até mais!