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Posted by: Stefan Sigwarth - Sun Sep 03, 2006 8:36 am
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Post Does anybody know permanent.com?   Posted on: Sun Sep 03, 2006 8:36 am
Hello guys, i came across this gem of a website. It's a collection of information on a lot of things to make space viable. It's to bad that it hasn't been updated for a while.

Is it perhaps an idea to get something like that started here? Getting all of the bits and pieces of the information regarding this subject and putting it all into one place?


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Post    Posted on: Sun Sep 03, 2006 1:45 pm
That's a website for a specific project; spacefellowship is more of a networking tool, used to keep track of every active project in existence. Also, we bring scientists, engineers, and enthusiasts together in one place, and allow them to communicate freely.

Oh, and yes; Sigurd has talked multiple times about setting up a wiki or something similar that would be attached to this website.

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Post    Posted on: Sun Sep 03, 2006 6:53 pm
Yeah that may be good if we could openly add to a list of definitions!

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It's also a lot of work; somebody has to maintain the wiki and make sure all the information, grammar, and spelling are correct. Besides the fact that the website is already a financial drain on Sigurd and he doesn't much like the idea of making it bigger and therefore more expensive.

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Post    Posted on: Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:12 am
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It's also a lot of work; somebody has to maintain the wiki and make sure all the information, grammar, and spelling are correct. Besides the fact that the website is already a financial drain on Sigurd and he doesn't much like the idea of making it bigger and therefore more expensive.


Not really true.. the ads are not yet paying me the 120$ a month for the server costs, but in % of usage it would.. so more visitors would make it even. For those who have seen the nextgen site.. they know there will be a wiki, and all other features and a lot more than I have heard on the forum people would like to see :), so yes we're expanding :p

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