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    Fellow Frogger! renweave's Avatar
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    Host for club websites

    The website for the Renault Owners Club of Canberra is currently off-line while we look for a new host. We want to be able to keep our domain name <a href="http://www.renaultcanberra.asn.au." target="_blank">www.renaultcanberra.asn.au.</a> Who hosts your club websites? Costs? Memory size? Etc?

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    Hi,

    How much space do you want? How many hits do you get and how big is your transfer limit? I might be able to do something for you.

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    Fellow Frogger! renweave's Avatar
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    I can't specifically answer technical things like that, but let's say not too much space and minimal traffic. I'd have to consult with our webmaster. Any other club webmasters here that can tell me where they host their club websites?
    1976 Renault 12 1.4 wagon (Bright yellow)
    1998 Peugeot 306 XSi (white) (past)
    2006 Peugeot 307 XS HDi Touring (dark grey) (past)
    2018 Peugeot 308 HD BlueHDi Touring (Platinum Grey) coming soon
    1970s & 80s Peugeot Mixte bicycles
    1970s Peugeot folding bicycle
    1970s & 80s Peugeot Gents bicycles
    Other French bikes (Gitane and Motobecane)

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    renweave:
    I can't specifically answer technical things like that, but let's say not too much space and minimal traffic. I'd have to consult with our webmaster. Any other club webmasters here that can tell me where they host their club websites?
    Yes I'd also like to know what kinda hosting deals are out there* and if anyone is sympathetic to the Peugeot cause ... why, the WA chapter hasn't had a web presence for an awfully long time - at some stage it'll need resurrection - just not sure in what form or where.

    Don't post details here ... PM me if you have a deal.

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    I could be able to help.

    Send me an email to [email protected] with some details of what you need.

    Its a little side project I have with my brother and another guy.

    We can also help with some design stuff.

    Darren

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    Renweave, XTC206, have a talk to AF member Mark McKibbin at DCSI I'm sure you will get a very competative rate and you will be supporting our generous host wink

    <a href="http://www.dcsi.net.au/" target="_blank">DCSI</a>

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