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== Comparison of services used by UUs ==
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In June of each year, the [[UUA]] meets in [[General Assembly]].
  
=== [http://www.3ix.org/ 3ix] ===
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[http://www.uua.org/ga/business.html Proposals for Business Resolutions and Bylaws changes] are due February 1 of each year.
  
'''Operating System''' - Linux
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UUWiki provides this space for preliminary brainstorming, coordination, and discussion of these proposals.
  
'''Features''' - cPanel with Fantastico and a long list of Open Source programs
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* Using [[Wikipedia:Approval voting|Approval voting]] and/or [[Wikipedia:Instant-runoff voting|Instant-runoff voting]] in UUA elections for president, moderator, and other single-winner contests.
 
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* ''your ideas here''
'''Cost''' - 4 packages range from $12/yr. to $88/yr. ($73 additional for SSL & dedicated IP using their top 2 packages with Shell Access)
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'''Reviews'''
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*From JoyceD 11/7/2007 - I've used it for 1 1/2 yrs. with several sites and few problems, though it doesn't have a toll free phone number for tech support & sometimes the LiveChat will put in a ticket for tech support via email, I usually get a satisfactory answer to questions within 12 hrs. I wouldn't recommend it if you need faster tech support. I notice that some accounts (on different 3ix computers) have more updated software than others. They also don't have automated bill paying using saved credit card information - they email their annual renewal bill, but they don't take down sites that are late and there's no late fee (up to 10 days or something like that). I see there's a dedicated hate group to them that primarily criticizes their "unlimited bandwidth" - I don't see how any server can truly offer bandwidth that is "unlimited" or space either, though many claim to. The cost per service is very good for those who would like to save money.
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'''Examples'''
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*[http://www.jpdwr.org/ JPD Women & Religion] uses the Excite plan ($12/yr.)
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*[http://www.uuallies.com/drupal UU Allies for Racial Equity] uses the Expert hosting plan (and pays a small amount extra for SSL and dedicated IP - for $128/yr.)
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*[http://www.baltwashuus.org/ Baltimore Washington Unitarian Universalists] and [http://www.philwiluus.org/ Philadelphia Wilmington Unitarian Universalists] share the same service in different directories using the Extra Hosing Plan ($33/yr.)
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=== [http://www.bluehost.com/ Blue Host] ===
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'''Operating System''' - Linux
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'''Features''' - cPanel with Fantastico and a long list of Open Source programs - 1 package only, includes Shell Access
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'''Cost''' - $6.95/mo. if you sign up for 2 yrs. up front ($166.80/2 yrs. = $83.40/yr.)
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'''Reviews'''
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*From JoyceD 11/7/2007 - I have log-in capability on a site that uses it, but I haven't dealt with them directly. I see a lot of people think they're great, but I compared software versions and they're not up-to-date on everything. I believe it's their customer service that gets them top ratings, which includes 24X7 toll free phone support. I have also read some reviews from unsatisfied customers, though.
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'''Examples'''
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*[http://www.jpduua.org/ Joseph Priestley District]
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=== [http://www.uuism.net/index.php UUism Networks] ===
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'''Operating System''' - Red Hat Linux Fedora Core 4
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'''Features''' - EnsimPro administrative panel - "comes with Web Site, Subdirectory Access (FTP), Shell Access (SSH) and Email Server Access (POP3)"
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'''Cost''' - "$48 per year for 25 MB with free setup" (according to site 11/7/2007)
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'''Reviews'''
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*From JoyceD 11/7/2007 - I've used it for ~8 yrs. & it has improved over time. I've only used it for services that our UU host, Jim Hermann, has offered free. THANKS, JIM! He serves over 100 UU congregations and organizations.
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*From BruceC 2007/11/7 - I've used this service for many years.  Our main pages are still hosted on a local community based service for non-profit pages.  But they don't offer server programs so I have been migrating more and more to uuism.  First was our domain name, then email lists, then the forums and now we are rebuilding our site in Joomla.  (UUism doesn't currently offer Joomla via Ensim, but it was not difficult to install.)  Ensim doesn't always keep all software up to the most current, but most of it is especially if there are security concerns.  Site availability has been much better than 99%.  Response to emailed questions is usually within a couple of hours.
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'''Examples'''
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*[http://www.rec-room.org/ REC-Room]
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*[http://www.uuism.net/uuwiki/ UU Wiki] - this site
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=== [http://simple.be/hosting/ ===
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'''Operating System''' - Windows, Linux
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'''Features''' - Web hosting (Apache, PHP, CGI, and Perl), Secure POP / IMAP / SMTP email service, Secure shell (SSH) & secure copy (SCP), Databases (MySQL & PostgreSQL), Anti-spam service, Snapshot backups, Debian GNU/Linux
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'''Cost''' - 6 packages from $14/month (for 80 MB storage and 3 email aliases) up.
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'''Reviews'''
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*From PatRodgers 2007/11/08 - Brett Hamilton has hosted our www.mpuuc.org website for almost 4 years.  He walked me through the WinSCP setup and quickly handles changes in the forwarding of our email aliases.  Readily available via email or phone.
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'''Examples'''
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*[http://www.mpuuc.org/]
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Latest revision as of 12:42, 8 June 2008

In June of each year, the UUA meets in General Assembly.

Proposals for Business Resolutions and Bylaws changes are due February 1 of each year.


UUWiki provides this space for preliminary brainstorming, coordination, and discussion of these proposals.