[clug-talk] Does anyone know...
maillist at digital-adrenaline.com
Sat Jan 15 19:25:44 PST 2005
Nope. All I'm after is a guesstimate on how much I could donate to help cover
some broadband costs. We are getting screwed for DNS hosting here in Calgary
(~$150/yr), and so I'm looking to use xname.org. They ask for a donation for
corporate use, and I'm good with that. With a dozen domain names registered,
it only makes sense to give 'em the donation. Even at $20/month (their top
suggested donation), it's a good deal for everyone.
This just covers enough that it's worthwhile.
I know, i know... Run it myself.
I'm just not confident that that's the smartest thing to do. It's great in
some cases, but not in all cases. For example, we're in a joint venture with
another company now. This means we create a third company. It would be
awkward to host the DNS for the third company on either of the two corporate
DNS servers. This means that it's truely independant, and I think we need
On Friday 14 January 2005 15:20, Pete wrote:
> Kevin Anderson wrote:
> >How expensive is Internet access in Europe (France)?
> >How much would a decent business dsl cost on an annual basis?
> >clug-talk mailing list
> >clug-talk at clug.ca
> >Mailing List Guidelines (http://clug.ca/ml_guidelines.php)
> >**Please remove these lines when replying
> It is a bit cheaper (10-15%) than here (at least for home use).
> Decent business dsl... do you need 8 statics or so
> those 'packages' are in the Telus/Shaw range.
> clug-talk mailing list
> clug-talk at clug.ca
> Mailing List Guidelines (http://clug.ca/ml_guidelines.php)
> **Please remove these lines when replying
More information about the clug-talk