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You might want to check the new website-proposal:


of a new easa communication platform:

feel free to try it out and please don't hesitate to give feedback ;)

best regards, marko

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EASA.TK domain extended

Dear (new) EASA friends, dino's, etc,

I just extended the domain for another 3 years. I remember there were many plans on other domains, but as I just found too much discussion on this blog on this subject I decided it was easier to pay another 25 EUR in stead of reading all the arguments. Besides, this old site still seems to function (!). Also I believe the general preference was to keep this established name in stead of all those new longer more complicated suggestions.

If there are any questions or requests on redirecting the domain name to somewhere else, getting more email forwarders, space or whatever, please let me know!

Ciao ciao,


PS: I am quite curious what happened with the 'new' site?

PS2: Flo/Switzerland EASA 2005 organizers: I heard the EASA 2005 magazine and/or report was sent out, but I didn't receive it. Can you resend it to my new address?

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freaky easa site

sorry for the strange error-messages, the problem is at the back-end and is about to be solved.

btw: dear organizers 007 / incm-hosts 007,

after the discussion at easa 007 in greece it was decided to donate some money from easa007 to the host of our blog. please see this story. what was the outcome after incm, how do we proceed?

all the best, mark0 (at)

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antville calls for support...

sorry, if some of you got the ad-picture before entering the easa-blog.

just to explain a little lets go back in history: 1768 days ago - that was thursday, 15th august, 2002 - right after i came back from my first easa, i wanted to keep this stunning easa-feeling a little longer. so i opened a weblog for all the people who met there on this little island in croatia called vis to keep contact.

it started with a very brief note, today we are counting 1094 stories and thousands of comments of 800 members.

we got 211'703 visitors and 583'937 pageviews to date, that makes 130/349 per day. to share information, interests and gossip about easa...

from my personal point of view it somehow keeps it all together during the year, til we all meet again.

and this all is for free! coded and hosted by some austrian guys like tobi.

i feel like there should be some money in the (tight, i know) easa-budget to give a little donation to keep servers (containing the blog and our 1251 images) running.

maybe we can manage somehow if i'm in greece or the organizers want to donate themselves...

(if the above-mentioned reasons are not enough, here are 10 more ;)

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Archive, database and website

Hey guys!

I had a coffee with a programmer friend a few days ago. Him and some people are working on database and event management software - I won't geek out about the details, but I'll just say that the applications they showed me were quite complex and cool.

He was quite interested in the EASA stuff that I explained to him and would like to know more. So, is there any presentation from the archive group (wouter?) that I could use to explain the whole thing to them further, just to get more info?

The prices for these things are supposed to range from 12000 eur at a professional company to 3000-4000 eur with freelances (for website and database code, no design), all depending on the specifications.

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A while ago, I launched a easa group on this nice mapping device bassed on google maps. an now with some more intense traffic on the blog we can add more people/places to the map, so it becomes more valuable:

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order within topics...

...can i kindly ask people posting to try to put their posts in appropriate topics? if possible... it just makes it easier to find information later. for example topic 'sesam 006 >>mkd' has only initial post and 2 comments even that there were more posts made. so one has to go through lots of posts to find things.


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.eu domain

i've received an email today from company that i registered domain with in regard to .eu domains. it is also related to 'structure' issue, as it requires organisations to be registered and have offices in EU.


Dear jovan manic-smetanjuk,

As one of the leading domain registrars in the UK we have been able to offer our customers pre-registration opportunities for the upcoming coming launch of the .eu domain. After what seems like a long wait this is now entering the final countdown, with the launch happening in three stages (which are described for you below).

Phase 1 Sunrise - 7th December 2005 to 6th February 2006

Applications can only be submitted which fit the following criteria

Public Bodies as defined by Member States of the EU

. The full name of a public body . The acronym by which a public body is commonly known . If applicable the territory which is governed by a public body . Registered national trademarks and registered (EU) trademarks

Submission fee 50.00 GBP (non refundable) plus 15.00 GBP registration fee for one year.

Phase 2 Sunrise - 7th February 2006 to 6th April 2006

Applications can only be submitted which fit the following criteria

Public Bodies, Registered national or Community trademarks, Other rights protected under national law

. Company names . Business identifiers . Distinctive titles of protected literary and artistic work . Unregistered trademarks . Trade names

Submission fee 80.00 GBP (non refundable) plus 15.00 GBP registration fee for one year.

General Availability - 7th April 2006

Post general availability, all registrants must meet one of the following criteria:

. Have a registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the European Community . Be an established organization within the European Community . Reside within the European Community.

No Submission fee, registration fee 15.00 GBP for one year.

If you require any further information please check out the FAQs contained in the Guide to Pre-Registration page in your 123-reg control panel.

Best wishes

The 123-reg Team

All prices quoted do not include VAT.

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