Ryuseiken Battodo

Japanese swordfighting

May need to transfer to Facebook / Ning is planning to start charging for our site

Ning is planning to start charging for this site. Till now it's been free but I'll have to consider it. The very basic one has too few features but enough to put our photos. The video space is limited.

On the other hand Facebook technically owns any picture you put on it which I don't like either.

Any ideas folks?

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Comment by dave lorrez on August 7, 2010 at 6:41am
Hard to find gfree solutions where you own the content for 100% . Maybe i can help you out to get a free hosted site ... send me a PM if possible
Comment by Thomas Foss on May 12, 2010 at 7:26pm
Move to another blog site? https://www.blogger.com/start. It's free to upload pictures and movies, just not sure if they own stuff we upload to the site.
Comment by rawnshah on May 9, 2010 at 10:48am
They said: "New plans and pricing announced! We're focusing 100% on paying Ning Networks and will begin phasing out our free service in July. Get a sneak peek at the upcoming plans."

I think one year is $20 for the cheapest level but I think we will definitely hit the 1GB storage space limit with out videos. I don't know what the total size is now but it's a few hundred MBs. The next level is $200/yr and we get 10MB, but we want free :)
Comment by Sylvia Kresock on May 9, 2010 at 12:24am
:( That's unfortunate...And yeah, I'm not sure that I like uploading pictures to Facebook either.

I'll try and see if I can find any alternatives...I don't know of any off of the top of my head.

Is there a date when they plan to start charging?

Web sites & Resources

Matsuri: A Festival of Japan (2008) - Phoenix, AZ, Feb 23-28, Heritage Square

Battodo Ryuseiken in Japan. Also a partial site in english.



The Kodenkan of Tucson



The UofA Ryuseiken Battodo on the ASUA site



Tameshigiri.com - where we get goza. The ordering and shipping process are given.



Hanwei/Paul Chen swords



The Knighthawk Armoury builds some interesting realistic looking goshinken. They're expensive but they claim to be pretty durable (not yet tested by us).



Folding a Hakama the proper way



Woodall's Custom Workshop makes nice cutting stands for tameshigiri.


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