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Hey everyone!

Many of you may be familiar with Maarten's "Community Roundup" posts on LowEndBox. You can see past ones here:

https://lowendbox.com/?s=community&searchsubmit=Find

I'd like to post one of my own and showcase some of the great things happening in our community. I'm looking for ideas from you, the LET members. What are some things you think are worth highlighting from our community in 2016 thus far? Maybe new and noteworthy companies, changes in existing companies, hilarious drama, etc.

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Comments

  • K4Y5K4Y5 Member
    edited April 2016

    Hilarious drama for sure!

    Thanked by 1MacPac
  • as editorial in newspaper or magazine, it must opinion by one of moderator for lately issue in LET, cover both sided ofcourse. ... opinon is not only highlited as marteen's

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  • austeniteaustenite Member, Provider

    Well you added shared hosting this year, perhaps you could report on how successful/popular it's been.

  • shovenoseshovenose Member, Provider

    Doge!

  • jarjar Provider

    This would be a great chance for any providers here to share any news they think is big. Anyone making big business decisions that change the direction of your company?

    Anyone had an experience with a new host that popped up this year that they found unusually impressive?

  • Awmusic12635Awmusic12635 Member, Provider

    jarland said: This would be a great chance for any providers here to share any news they think is big. Anyone making big business decisions that change the direction of your company?

    Just now news, or within last 4 months news?

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  • jarjar Provider

    Awmusic12635 said: Just now news, or within last 4 months news?

    Anything you find noteworthy from 2016 thus far :)

  • J1021J1021 Member

    jarland said: Anyone had an experience with a new host that popped up this year that they found unusually impressive?

    I think LoveServers deserves a mention. Their performance is surprising and the support experienced unrivalled - on the few occasions I've ticketed the response has been prompt and friendly, from somebody who actually has the ability to answer my query.

    Thanked by 1jar
  • Awmusic12635Awmusic12635 Member, Provider

    jarland said: Anything you find noteworthy from 2016 thus far :)

    Well in that case. We launched 2 new locations: https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/78086/impact-vps-2-additional-locations-dallas-tx-and-new-york-city-ny

    Thanked by 1jar

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  • EpidriveEpidrive Member, Provider

    The deadpool list should be updated.

  • mikhomikho Member, Provider

    Serveraxis.
    They deserve all the negative posting they could get.

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  • SSDBlazeSSDBlaze Member, Provider

    E3 v5 processors came out which is pretty noteworthy.

  • shovenoseshovenose Member, Provider

    @SSDBlaze said:
    E3 v5 processors came out which is pretty noteworthy.

    The only thing noteworthy is support for 64gb ram... So double the vps on the same cpu... Let's face it, real world performance difference between comparable e3 v2/v3/v4/v5 models is minimal, but now each vps will be competing for that same cpu much more.

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  • hawchawc Member, Moderator, LIR

    GoMach5 needs a mention, a small host that is doing surprisingly well for the size. Excellent support that actually cares and goes to give the personal touch, which I havent seen any other host (except MXroute) do.

    Thanked by 2MacPac Jonchun
  • MacPacMacPac Member, Silenced
    edited April 2016

    @hawc said:

    Yeah, I agree with that and they have the fastest support i have ever seen for a Lowend provider.

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  • K4Y5K4Y5 Member

    @hawc said:
    GoMach5 needs a mention, a small host that is doing surprisingly well for the size. Excellent support that actually cares and goes to give the personal touch, which I havent seen any other host (except MXroute) do.

    Just looked them up over at - https://www.gomach5.com/

    It seems their VPS start at $49, which is anything but LowEnd.

  • MacPacMacPac Member, Silenced

    @K4Y5 said:

    unfortunately they don't offer VPS yet, only Dedicated Servers.

  • JonchunJonchun Member, Provider

    @K4Y5 said:
    It seems their VPS start at $49, which is anything but LowEnd.

    Low end VPS are anything but profitable unless you have a lot of established infrastructure or an established, flawless, reputation. We cater to lower end dedicated rather than virtual servers. We have dedicated virtual servers available as well which are pretty affordable but none of the are within the LE price point except our dedicated server offerings.

    Thanked by 2hawc MacPac
  • I think the quote plugin is fixed... Let me know if it's still broken.

  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    @SysAdmin said:
    I think the quote plugin is fixed... Let me know if it's still broken.

    I didn't notice it was broken?

    Are we talking about the text highlight quoting or?

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  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    Talking about when clicking "Quote" sometimes it would quote with no text.

    Now that should be fixed!

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    Jon Biloh
  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    Oh, that. Sweet.

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  • @jbiloh said:
    Talking about when clicking "Quote" sometimes it would quote with no text.

    Now that should be fixed!

    @Ishaq said:
    Oh, that. Sweet.

    I'm so glad this has been fixed, use to bother me so much haha.

  • AmitzAmitz Member

    IThinkUFailed said: I'm so glad this has been fixed, use to bother me so much haha.

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  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @IThinkUFailed said:

    @jbiloh said:
    Talking about when clicking "Quote" sometimes it would quote with no text.

    Now that should be fixed!

    @Ishaq said:
    Oh, that. Sweet.

    I'm so glad this has been fixed, use to bother me so much haha.

    It always annoyed me too.

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    Jon Biloh
  • Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    Thanked by 1luissousa

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  • jarjar Provider

    @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    Admittedly I still like that better than empty quotes, especially on mobile.

  • @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

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  • luissousaluissousa Member
    edited April 2016

    @vedran said:

    @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    are

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    I see a potentially new form of art over here.

    Thanked by 2lifehome mpkossen
  • OnraHost_ZackOnraHost_Zack Member, Provider

    @luissousa said:

    @vedran said:

    @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    are

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    problem?
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    I see a potentially new form of art over here.

    This reminds me of the gradient effects in PowerPoint that everyone thought was cool in 2004.

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  • dailydaily Member

    @OnraHost_Zack said:

    @luissousa said:

    @vedran said:

    @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    are

    you

    sure

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    problem?
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    I see a potentially new form of art over here.

    This reminds me of the gradient effects in PowerPoint that everyone thought was cool in 2004.

    How dark does it get?

  • HBAndreiHBAndrei Member, Top Provider

    @dailymc said:

    @OnraHost_Zack said:

    @luissousa said:

    @vedran said:

    @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    are

    you

    sure

    that's

    a

    problem?
    >

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    maybe

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    I see a potentially new form of art over here.

    This reminds me of the gradient effects in PowerPoint that everyone thought was cool in 2004.

    How dark does it get?

    Extremely dark.

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  • edited April 2016

    @HBAndrei said:

    @dailymc said:

    @OnraHost_Zack said:

    @luissousa said:

    @vedran said:

    @mpkossen said:
    Removing a regular expression altogether isn't fixing things, it's going for another solution. The reason behind the regex was to allow quoting without nesting. Right now I believe infinite nesting in quotes is an option.

    are

    you

    sure

    that's

    a

    problem?
    >

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    or

    maybe

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    is
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    I see a potentially new form of art over here.

    This reminds me of the gradient effects in PowerPoint that everyone thought was cool in 2004.

    How dark does it get?

    Extremely dark.

    Nice pattern.

  • qrwteyrutiyoup said: Nice pattern.

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  • AmitzAmitz Member

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