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Re: maybe we could use as the blog's address?

From: Anthony Fok
Subject: Re: maybe we could use as the blog's address?
Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2013 00:53:49 +0800

Hello all,

For what it is worth:

I have purchased a DreamHost 10-year ("unlimited space", "unlimited bandwidth")
shared web hosting plan some months ago.  :-)
10 years for the peace of mind, the discount, and SSH access to their Debian
(and Ubuntu in the future.)  :-)

So, we might just as well use this to the fullest!
I am very happy to share this resource for the LilyPond blog (for
free, of course),
if it is decided that the blog should be moved off

If necessary, I can also help migrate the existing content to the new server.

As for the domain, if Graham wants to test it for some time before
making it official,
perhaps using a subdomain name like "" to point to the IP
would do?



On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 12:03 AM, Paul Morris <address@hidden> wrote:
> Janek Warchoł-2 wrote
>> Thanks :)  However, it actually would be unbearable for me to slow
>> down so much.  It was already hard (for me and Urs) to restrict
>> ourselves to post no more than 1 time per day.
>> Frankly, 1 post per week is the _slowest_ pace at which i expect to be
>> able to blog continuously. (unless i completely run out of ideas, but
>> that's quite improbable.)
> It's great that you have that much content to contribute!  Consistency is
> the main thing, so my suggestion is just to pace ourselves so we can
> maintain whatever sustainable rate of posting we can manage, and avoid
> periods of drought.  52 weeks in a year, so think marathon rather than
> sprint.  ;-)
> Different kinds of blogs have different posting frequencies.  I use a feed
> reader so that probably lowers my expectations about that.
> Best,
> -Paul
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