> So who can not read, on the www.linuxmall.com there is at least three
> places that you can find contact detail, The person operating
> this business
> JMC software is a person with a registered trading name. The telephone
> number is on the front page.
> in the contact us section and in the wholesale section.
>> As for the other site that you referred to, yes it is exactly the same as
> www.thelinuxmall.com but is not finished. The site belongs to my company
> Take Stock Security which is a registered trading name of Take Stock
> So I would suggest that you visit http://www.cro.ie/search and do a little
> search, instead of making ridiculous unfounded remarks.
It's neither a ridiculous nor an unfounded remark. Unlike you, many people
on this list are heavily involved with ecommerce and are all too aware about
the problems it faces.
Where is the SSL???
Why would Joe Punter go digging on Cro.ie?
>> When I referred to a lot of hard work going into the site. this referred
> more to the business. the underlying structure of the site was developed
> over 5 years ago.
> So which came first "the chicken or the egg"
5 years to setup a site and you can't even spell the plural of 'country'
>> Alan Moyne
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilug-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-bounces at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> John Allen
> Sent: 18 January 2004 13:20
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: Fwd: Re: [ILUG] Hypocrisy?
>>> On Sunday 18 January 2004 12:54, Alan wrote:
> > Ok, I have to agree. I think that everyone should just get on
> with there
> > own business and leave others alone, so if the fact that this
> site is on
> > windows hosting is a problem then maybe you should have a go at
> setting up
> > and operating one on Linux. Do you think that this was easy.
> "IF YOU BUILD
> > IT THEY WILL COME" not likely. A lot of hard work has been put into this
> > site and more into the infrastructure of the business.
>> So a lot of hard work was put into this site!, but a Windows 2000 host was
> chosen, presumably before the site development began.
>> > I am sorry that anything that I do is offensive to a small and
> > insignificant few. BUT GET OVER IT.
> > consideration has been given to moving to Linux but at the
> moment it is at
> > the bottom of a very long list.
>> Strange, this site looks very very similar to www.thelinuxmall.com,
> a Linux reseller, but using Windows 2000 to host their website.
>> Both sites only refer to their "Business Name", not an actual registered
> company, or individual trading as. Neither of these sites provide actual
> physical contact details, in the form of an address, or telephone number.
>> I would not buy from them even if they did use Linux for hosting.
> > Alan Moyne
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: ilug-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-bounces at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> > pbm
> > Sent: 18 January 2004 11:30
> > To: Ilug
> > Subject: Fwd: Re: [ILUG] Hypocrisy?
> > John Allen, Sun, Jan 18, 2004 at 09:58:07AM +0000:
> > > What if their hosting company supported both Linux/Unix & Windows, but
> > > the unnamed Linux reseller still opted for Windows?
> > no excuse, then.
> > ah, I have plenty of horror stories about this. People choosing hosting
> > on windows "because I have windows on my PC, not Linux"...
> > ok, going ot as usual. anyway, I think ignorance is the first thing to
> > smash, even before hypocrisy...
> > p.
> > --
> > pbm - "going 'thru something, but I don't know what it is
> > - I don't feel like an adult, I don't look like a kid"
> > --
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