Forum:Should we move back to uncyclopedia.org?

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*{{Abstain|I'd}} fucking love to, but unless one of you wants to blow the owner of a large datacenter in exchange for free hosting...{{User:Bizzeebeever/signature|20120726083140}}
 
*{{Abstain|I'd}} fucking love to, but unless one of you wants to blow the owner of a large datacenter in exchange for free hosting...{{User:Bizzeebeever/signature|20120726083140}}
 
*:Oh, and also [https://twitter.com/#!/search/realtime/%23blamewikia #blamewikia on twitter]. That is all.{{User:Bizzeebeever/signature|20120726083425}}
 
*:Oh, and also [https://twitter.com/#!/search/realtime/%23blamewikia #blamewikia on twitter]. That is all.{{User:Bizzeebeever/signature|20120726083425}}
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*{{Against|Strong against}}. Honestly, technical issues happen. We have a paid staff of technical consultants who work around the clock to resolve issues. We pay nothing for hosting. You're proposing that we would possibly need to buy the rights to host Uncyclopedia. We would definitely need to pay for hosting elsewhere, and establish technical staff. If we relied on volunteer staff, we would have a reduction in their capacity. We've been lucky to have people like Villaj, BB, Spang, Lyrithya, and to some small extent myself on board in the past. There is no way in hell I would choose to be a full time technician on this site without being paid - even doing the admin stuff that I have been doing recently takes me away from writing. We have no funds, and we have hosting and technical support for no cost, and ad free. With the last issue in relationship to logging in, they dropped everything and had it resolved in less than 48 hours, even though it meant working from the ground up to try and resolve what the issue was, and kept us in the loop as changes happened. As much as I like to cry "Wikia sux" on the odd occasion, we're lucky to have them on our side. {{User:PuppyOnTheRadio/sig3|08:59 26 Jul}}

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i propose this due to several things;

  1. The recent log in fuck up locking out over half of uncyclopedia's active users
  2. Most javascript template/functions no longer works/broke due to a bug in the system
  3. and no, wikia won't help us.

So what is your opinion? let's decide.

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  • Symbol for vote For.--fcukmanLOOS3R! Desu desu 08:19, July 26, 2012 (UTC)
  • Spiritual For but Against Not actually possible due to a number of factors but I concur in the fact that I'm sick to fucking death of wikia's fail. ~Sir Frosty (Talk to me!) Icons-flag-au 08:22, July 26, 2012 (UTC)
  • Symbol neutral vote I'd fucking love to, but unless one of you wants to blow the owner of a large datacenter in exchange for free hosting... ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-usThu, Jul 26 '12 8:31 (UTC)
    Oh, and also #blamewikia on twitter. That is all. ~ BB ~ (T) Icons-flag-usThu, Jul 26 '12 8:34 (UTC)
  • Symbol against vote Strong against. Honestly, technical issues happen. We have a paid staff of technical consultants who work around the clock to resolve issues. We pay nothing for hosting. You're proposing that we would possibly need to buy the rights to host Uncyclopedia. We would definitely need to pay for hosting elsewhere, and establish technical staff. If we relied on volunteer staff, we would have a reduction in their capacity. We've been lucky to have people like Villaj, BB, Spang, Lyrithya, and to some small extent myself on board in the past. There is no way in hell I would choose to be a full time technician on this site without being paid - even doing the admin stuff that I have been doing recently takes me away from writing. We have no funds, and we have hosting and technical support for no cost, and ad free. With the last issue in relationship to logging in, they dropped everything and had it resolved in less than 48 hours, even though it meant working from the ground up to try and resolve what the issue was, and kept us in the loop as changes happened. As much as I like to cry "Wikia sux" on the odd occasion, we're lucky to have them on our side.                               Puppy's talk page08:59 26 Jul
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