Re: [learnhowtolearn] May I use the Global Villages server?
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I am sad to hear that you are now shutting down the server for MS Lab and its content. I would like to give you a hand on that. I am now doing a web hosting business as a start up for my future business. I would like to know how much it cost you for the domain registration and I can give you a space that you may use for hosting at www.hosting24.com who are hosting me as a reseller. My own website is http://www.fastanet.com and I would be more than happy to host it for you!. I am currently developing my website and I was planning to do that for the http://www.ms.lt website soon after I am done with my own website.
Its time now I too give a hand to you to see that we move forward with your ideas and see them become the change to our own lives sometimes in future.
Please let me know all the necessary information that may be usefull for me to move ahead with hosting the domain for you! hope it is okay with you
--- On Sun, 7/11/10, ms@... <ms@...> wrote:
From: ms@... <ms@...>
Subject: [learnhowtolearn] May I use the Global Villages server?
Date: Sunday, July 11, 2010, 10:44 PM
Hi Franz, Ralf and all,
I'm shutting down the Minciu Sodas server at the end of this month. I
can't afford the monthly payments (about $55 per month). My own needs are
much more modest now. Mostly I want a wiki where I can work on my own
I will archive and upload a copy of my server's content (ms.lt,
worknets.org, myfoodstory.info and other sites) to http://www.archive.org
where people can access it. At some point, I also plan to make an archive
of our letters, wiki pages, chat, etc. as a reference of our past
Franz and Ralf, may I move my domains to your Global Villages server?
Would you provide free hosting for them?
One thought is for me to keep using the Worknets wiki. I'm not really
interested in that, but perhaps its simplest.
Another thought is to make a read-only version of the Worknets and other
ProWikis on my server. That should be rather simple for me to set up. Or
I could output HTML hyperlinked pages with the wiki's content. Then I
could start a new wiki for my own personal projects. I don't intend to
use ProWiki, but rather an open source wiki with an active developer
community. I could do that at a virtual server. That might cost about $5
to $15 a month.
Franz, Ralf, what is possible? And what do you think would make sense?
Greetings from Chicago,
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