Parker Yahoo Group Archived Messages
|793||atcbill2||Re: Comments to our own dedicated "Parker" forum & website||2/22/2006 8:54:00|
Glad to see you taking the initiative on starting up a new dedicated
site. It will be a lot of time and effort and I would to thank you
in advance. Look forward to seeing it soon.
atcbill on the old parker site
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> 1)Eric - Just curious how will it differ from the Yahoo Parker
> Eric, it will run on better software, typical forum software ...
> this example here: <a href="http://www.greatgrady.com/forum/index.php">http://www.greatgrady.com/forum/index.php</a>
> 2) Skopje179 (aka Porkchunker) - The drain on your time?
> Valid point, but I'm committed and have 4 guys backing me with
> $4 if needed
> 3)Brucekovacsparker - Won't running a site cost money?
> Yes it does. I am willing to fund the domain name fees and 1st
> years of server space. Also see below #4.
> 4)Brucekovacsparker - Will it be a subscriber site?
> It will always have a free registration, but I want to allow
> upload photos for their boats and rigging tips. Once we add in a
> gallery feature, there may be a one-time nominal fee.
> I also envision selling both Parker and Classic Parker merchandise
> pay for the site costs. I am not in this to make moeny, not in it
> spend extravagant amounts of money either.
> I soooooooooooooo want to get back to the forum community that
> exist on the old Parker forums. So, let's give it a try ...