[HCoop-Help] Commercial Site for Others / Non-member
ntk at hcoop.net
Mon Apr 13 13:11:10 EDT 2009
You don't need to go with a standard commercial provider.
Are you serving as the sole webmaster, or setting up a CMS such that any
3rd party administration is done through a web interface or other services
that you administer?
Are you serving as the single point of contact with HCoop?
If the answer to these questions are both yes, then there is no issue with
you hosting these websites under your account, even if you are charging the
customer for creating or hosting the website. You may but are in no way
obligated to pledge more.
If, on the other hand, the customer needs access to the underlying shell
account or requires any support level of direct support from HCoop, then
they would need to join as a member themselves. That is my understanding.
On Mon, 13 Apr 2009 17:45:15 +0100, Michal <michalcharemza at gmail.com>
> I see at
> I can use HCoop for a commercial site for myself. However...
> Is it possible to use HCoop for a commercial site that is not our own?
> I have been asked to create a commercial site. It is for a small
> business, and the traffic is unlikely to be high, but they will be
> selling products through the site (probably via Paypal). I would be
> happy to pledge more for such a site (and then pass the cost onto the
> business: but I won't be reselling the hosting for a profit!).
> Or should I go with a standard commercial provider?
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