[Novalug] Favorite hosting site??
brinkley.joseph at gmail.com
Sun Oct 5 15:57:03 EDT 2008
MENTION me BTW during sign up :P
On Sun, Oct 5, 2008 at 3:56 PM, Joseph Brinkley
<brinkley.joseph at gmail.com>wrote:
> HANDS DOWN
> NO QUESTIONS ASKED BLUEHOST.
> I trust them.
> GOdaddy amd dream7 host i do not trust.
> On Sun, Oct 5, 2008 at 1:01 PM, Jay Berkenbilt <ejb at ql.org> wrote:
>> Rich Goodwin <rich.goodwin at cox.net> wrote:
>> > I am looking for something that I suspect is a tad ... controversial ...
>> > WOW BIG SHOCKER!!! ;-)
>> > I am starting to look for a new hosting site for one of my domains.
>> > Cost is a driver ... this is personal use which means personal monies.
>> > I like bluehost.com - they allow SSH access, have a good suite of apps.
>> > I'm currently using
>> > * Email
>> > * FTP
>> > * Joomla
>> > * MySQL for backend
>> > * Web calendar
>> > * collaboration tool - Mediawiki preferred but others are ok
>> > * forums - not used now but plan to soon
>> I use tigertech.net for all my domains, and they are fantastic. They
>> run their servers on debian, and their technical people have been able
>> to answer any question I've been able to throw at them. Their support
>> is extremely responsive.
>> You get a shell account for setting things up, and they will help you
>> if required. They have squirrelmail and you can set up mailman
>> mailing lists as well or any number of forwarders. You can set up ftp
>> accounts for subsets or all of your home directory or web space. I've
>> never heard of Joomla. They allow you create mysql. I don't know
>> about web calendar. You can run mediawiki there -- I have done it.
>> I'm not sure about forums.
>> Anyway, I highly recommend them. If you do happen to go there, you
>> can tell them I sent you. I think I might get some kind of referral
>> thing, but it doesn't matter -- I would recommend people there
>> anyway. I have four domains there and my ex hosts her business domain
>> there as well.
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> -Joseph Brinkley
> Joey Adams - "Marriage is give and take. You'd better give it to her or
> she'll take it anyway."
Milton Berle - "If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door."
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