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From:Nicolas Verhaeghe Date:April 16 2006 5:20am
Subject:Should we petition GoDaddy?
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I am slowly considering leaving GoDaddy, who has a very good bandwidth and
ok tech support (I have seen better but much much worse) and acceptable
prices, but unfortunately does not support MySQL 5 and PHP 5 either.

I wonder if I could give these people a chance but one thing I'd like to do
is see if we could petition these guys and simply threaten to close out our
accounts if they do not get on with the music.

The current version of MySQL is 3.23. I have no time upgrading my dedicated
server to a RedHat machine with custom PHP and MySQL, I don't have the time
to do that.

Who think we could make them make the right move and pretty quickly?

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