[TYPO3-english] good typo 3 hoster
jk431 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Nov 24 01:20:44 CET 2008
Well, yes, I searched the archive of this list, but maybe used the wrong
keywords :-| at least I didn't turn up any recent conversation on the topic
Anyways, I know that I won't get the stuff I look for for 5€ but I thought
15€ should be doable as I've seen many offers for around 20€ but they
included loads off junk "features" which I don't really need (and also huge
amounts of email mailboxes which I don't really need either). The problem I
see is that the bigger packages are often scaling on all aspects while I
only would like to have better specs on some of them (and thereby cheaper).
On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 7:18 PM, Dmitry Dulepov <dmitry.dulepov at gmail.com>wrote:
> Jonas Kaiser wrote:
> > I really like typo3 and would like to continue using it so I am looking
> > webhosts that can provide good performance when running typo3 at a
> > reasonable price (I am a student and this thing is rather intended for
> > learning typo3 on a live webpage - incase you are going to suggest
> > on localhost ;-) ), say not more than 10€, maybe 15 €, per month.
> Firsts, there was exactly the same topic two or three days ago. Did
> you try to search before posting the same question?
> Secondly, if you expect to pay for a hosting 5€ and run enterprise
> level CMS on it (=TYPO3), you are out of luck. Raise your funds or
> choose another CMS. TYPO3 needs resources and 5€ hosting will never
> be able to provide those. You have to pay if you want to run
> enterprise level CMS.
> Dmitry Dulepov
> TYPO3 translations support
> My TYPO3 book: http://www.packtpub.com/typo3-extension-development/book
> In the blog: http://typo3bloke.net/post-details/ghosts_in_typo3/
> TYPO3-english mailing list
> TYPO3-english at lists.netfielders.de
Churchill College - Cambridge
More information about the TYPO3-english