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Bill Noble
Tuesday, August 17th, 2004, 04:43 AM
I've signed up for a free website, but I'm interested in seeing what other options there are. Are there packages available for monthly fees?

Vlad Cletus
Tuesday, August 17th, 2004, 04:26 PM
Try 1&1, they have excellent packages and deals, probably the best I've seen. I signed up for the home package which is $4.95 for half a year. It includes a free domain.

http://1and1.com

Thorburn
Tuesday, August 17th, 2004, 05:15 PM
Try 1&1, they have excellent packages and deals, probably the best I've seen. I signed up for the home package which is $4.95 for half a year. It includes a free domain.

http://1and1.com
Are you serious? :D

1&1 is a German company subject to German law. They are known to terminate service for no and every reason. Racially conscious sites on 1&1 last only until they are reported or otherwise discovered. From their AUP:


4. ACCEPTABLE USE

4.1. 1&1 strictly enforces compliance with its acceptable use terms under this Article

4. You agree to maintain your website in full compliance with the terms set forth below. Failure to so comply is cause for immediate suspension and possible termination under Article 8 herein. You agree that:

4.1.1. you will not violate the laws, regulations, ordinances or other such requirements of any applicable Federal, State or local government;

4.1.2. you will not engage in any activity of any kind that causes harm to minors or to perform any activity which is likely to cause such harm;

4.1.3. you will not take any action which encourages or consists of any threat of harm of any kind to any person or property;

[...]

4.1.5. you agree not to make any inappropriate, illegal or otherwise prohibited communication to any Newsgroup, Mailing List, Chat Facility, or other Internet Forum;

[...]

4.1.8. you agree not to post or transmit any unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, offensive, indecent, pornographic, profane, or otherwise objectionable information of any kind, including without limitation any transmissions constituting or encouraging conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any local, state, federal or international law, including without limitation the U.S. export control laws and regulations, and laws protecting intellectual property including copyright, trademark, trade secret, misappropriation and anti-dilution laws;

4.1.9. you agree not to collect or attempt to collect personally identifiable information of any person or entity without their express written consent and you shall maintain records of any such written consent throughout the terms of this agreement and for three years thereafter;

4.2. In order to maintain the data-transfer volume restrictions set forth in Section 11.1 below, you agree to check all of your email accounts in regular intervals and to download the email stored therein. 1&1 may, should the capacity of your email boxes be exceeded at any time, return all subsequently received emails to the senders without notice to you.

4.3. You agree to design your websites in such a manner as to avoid overloading of the 1&1 Servers, by limiting the use of CGI-Scripts that require overly high processor capacity, and to use good judgment to provide a website that is designed in a technically competent manner. 1&1 has the right, should your website be the cause of interruptions in 1&1's ability to provide its services to other customers, to temporarily disable access to your website. In case 1&1 takes such a step, you will be informed thereof as soon as is practicable and 1&1 may work with you to remove the condition that led to the suspension.

In other words, they will dump your site together with thousands of others on a crappy 486 constantly overloaded and subject to crashing, and will terminate your account once it becomes too busy or takes too much CPU power. Just one of many reports you can find online:


Originally Posted by Qetto
1&1 sucks.

I had up and down time almost every day for the last few weeks. Customer service is "NON EXISTENT". No emails will be replied. I've been on the phone for 35 minutes to talk to a rep who didn't know rat crap from rice crispy... wasted my time and listened to what I already knew or done.

and now at 10:25AM CST Jul 15, 2004 EVERYTHING IS DOWN. My three websites, FTP accounts and even Control Panel and administration section of 1&1.

I'm switching to other hosting services, had enough of them. Rather pay a few bucks more to try another company.

It's also not $4.95 for half a year, but $4.95/month -- and for that money you don't even get a mySQL database.

Honestly, I see no reason why any patriot or racialist would want to support some of the many scamers and plutocrats online instead of a nationalist hosting service. If you don't want to support Skadi -- there are a couple of others.

Alternatively, if you can't afford $5/month and really want to make a serious effort, we'll host your domain for free. And you'll get a mySQL database as well. After all, creating opportunities for everyone is what Skadi is all about. ;)

Thorburn
Tuesday, August 17th, 2004, 05:26 PM
I've signed up for a free website, but I'm interested in seeing what other options there are. Are there packages available for monthly fees? We're currently busy creating a hosting page and packages. In the meantime the solidarity package applies: you contribute what you can and get what you need. ;)

Send me a PM with your requirements if interested.

Vlad Cletus
Tuesday, August 17th, 2004, 05:52 PM
Are you serious? :D

1&1 is a German company subject to German law. They are known to terminate service for no and every reason. Racially conscious sites on 1&1 last only until they are reported or otherwise discovered. From their AUP:


4. ACCEPTABLE USE

4.1. 1&1 strictly enforces compliance with its acceptable use terms under this Article

4. You agree to maintain your website in full compliance with the terms set forth below. Failure to so comply is cause for immediate suspension and possible termination under Article 8 herein. You agree that:

4.1.1. you will not violate the laws, regulations, ordinances or other such requirements of any applicable Federal, State or local government;

4.1.2. you will not engage in any activity of any kind that causes harm to minors or to perform any activity which is likely to cause such harm;

4.1.3. you will not take any action which encourages or consists of any threat of harm of any kind to any person or property;

[...]

4.1.5. you agree not to make any inappropriate, illegal or otherwise prohibited communication to any Newsgroup, Mailing List, Chat Facility, or other Internet Forum;

[...]

4.1.8. you agree not to post or transmit any unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, offensive, indecent, pornographic, profane, or otherwise objectionable information of any kind, including without limitation any transmissions constituting or encouraging conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any local, state, federal or international law, including without limitation the U.S. export control laws and regulations, and laws protecting intellectual property including copyright, trademark, trade secret, misappropriation and anti-dilution laws;

4.1.9. you agree not to collect or attempt to collect personally identifiable information of any person or entity without their express written consent and you shall maintain records of any such written consent throughout the terms of this agreement and for three years thereafter;

4.2. In order to maintain the data-transfer volume restrictions set forth in Section 11.1 below, you agree to check all of your email accounts in regular intervals and to download the email stored therein. 1&1 may, should the capacity of your email boxes be exceeded at any time, return all subsequently received emails to the senders without notice to you.

4.3. You agree to design your websites in such a manner as to avoid overloading of the 1&1 Servers, by limiting the use of CGI-Scripts that require overly high processor capacity, and to use good judgment to provide a website that is designed in a technically competent manner. 1&1 has the right, should your website be the cause of interruptions in 1&1's ability to provide its services to other customers, to temporarily disable access to your website. In case 1&1 takes such a step, you will be informed thereof as soon as is practicable and 1&1 may work with you to remove the condition that led to the suspension.

In other words, they will dump your site together with thousands of others on a crappy 486 constantly overloaded and subject to crashing, and will terminate your account once it becomes too busy or takes too much CPU power. Just one of many reports you can find online:


Originally Posted by Qetto
1&1 sucks.

I had up and down time almost every day for the last few weeks. Customer service is "NON EXISTENT". No emails will be replied. I've been on the phone for 35 minutes to talk to a rep who didn't know rat crap from rice crispy... wasted my time and listened to what I already knew or done.

and now at 10:25AM CST Jul 15, 2004 EVERYTHING IS DOWN. My three websites, FTP accounts and even Control Panel and administration section of 1&1.

I'm switching to other hosting services, had enough of them. Rather pay a few bucks more to try another company.

It's also not $4.95 for half a year, but $4.95/month -- and for that money you don't even get a mySQL database.

Honestly, I see no reason why any patriot or racialist would want to support some of the many scamers and plutocrats online instead of a nationalist hosting service. If you don't want to support Skadi -- there are a couple of others.

Alternatively, if you can't afford $5/month and really want to make a serious effort, we'll host your domain for free. And you'll get a mySQL database as well. After all, creating opportunities for everyone is what Skadi is all about. ;)

I wasn't aware of those regulations and rules, because I simply forward through the agreement forms without reading any material. My mistake.