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  #1  
Old November 10th 03, 01:09 PM
Clint
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Default Best Gliding Club Web Site

One of the Gold Fields Gliding Club members took it on himself to
re-create the club's defunct web page. I think the result is the most
comprehensive web page for any club currently on the internet. It
includes the club's by-laws, constitution, training and conversion
syllabus, as well as the usual photos, links and directions. See
Andries Lombaards’ creation at www.ggc.co.za. The result is not
just useful for outsiders wanting to know about the clubs activities,
but also for members who need updated training material, duty lists
and general news. What more does a web site need to have to be
perfect?

Clinton
LAK 12
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Old November 10th 03, 05:07 PM
Peter Seddon
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Take a look at www.lakesgc.co.uk our new webmaster's done a great job on
ours.

Pete S
B4 DLA

"Clint" wrote in message
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One of the Gold Fields Gliding Club members took it on himself to
re-create the club's defunct web page. I think the result is the most
comprehensive web page for any club currently on the internet. It
includes the club's by-laws, constitution, training and conversion
syllabus, as well as the usual photos, links and directions. See
Andries Lombaards’ creation at www.ggc.co.za. The result is not
just useful for outsiders wanting to know about the clubs activities,
but also for members who need updated training material, duty lists
and general news. What more does a web site need to have to be
perfect?

Clinton
LAK 12



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Old November 10th 03, 05:35 PM
Steve Dutton
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Take a look at www.lasham.org.uk


"Clint" wrote in message
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One of the Gold Fields Gliding Club members took it on himself to
re-create the club's defunct web page. I think the result is the most
comprehensive web page for any club currently on the internet. It
includes the club's by-laws, constitution, training and conversion
syllabus, as well as the usual photos, links and directions. See
Andries Lombaards’ creation at www.ggc.co.za. The result is not
just useful for outsiders wanting to know about the clubs activities,
but also for members who need updated training material, duty lists
and general news. What more does a web site need to have to be
perfect?

Clinton
LAK 12





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Old November 10th 03, 11:48 PM
Charles Petersen
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I have to nominate www.yorksoaring.com
Charles Petersen
"Clint" wrote in message
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One of the Gold Fields Gliding Club members took it on himself to
re-create the club's defunct web page. I think the result is the most
comprehensive web page for any club currently on the internet. It
includes the club's by-laws, constitution, training and conversion
syllabus, as well as the usual photos, links and directions. See
Andries Lombaards’ creation at www.ggc.co.za. The result is not
just useful for outsiders wanting to know about the clubs activities,
but also for members who need updated training material, duty lists
and general news. What more does a web site need to have to be
perfect?

Clinton
LAK 12



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Old November 10th 03, 11:54 PM
Richard Holzwarth
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ALL very nice sites:

Please try: http://www.wrightdesigns.com/ccsc/index.shtml for the Caesar
Creek Soaring Club. (Between Cincinnati, Columbus, and Dayton, OH. USA)

Dick / ASW-20 63
"Charles Petersen" wrote in message
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I have to nominate www.yorksoaring.com
Charles Petersen
"Clint" wrote in message
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One of the Gold Fields Gliding Club members took it on himself to
re-create the club's defunct web page. I think the result is the most
comprehensive web page for any club currently on the internet. It
includes the club's by-laws, constitution, training and conversion
syllabus, as well as the usual photos, links and directions. See
Andries Lombaards’ creation at www.ggc.co.za. The result is not
just useful for outsiders wanting to know about the clubs activities,
but also for members who need updated training material, duty lists
and general news. What more does a web site need to have to be
perfect?

Clinton
LAK 12





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Old November 11th 03, 12:06 AM
Brian Goodspeed
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Try www.manxgliding.flyer.co.uk Not bad for a tiny
club with only about twenty members!

At 00:00 11 November 2003, Richard Holzwarth wrote:
ALL very nice sites:

Please try: http://www.wrightdesigns.com/ccsc/index.shtml
for the Caesar
Creek Soaring Club. (Between Cincinnati, Columbus,
and Dayton, OH. USA)

Dick / ASW-20 63
'Charles Petersen' wrote in message
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I have to nominate www.yorksoaring.com
Charles Petersen
'Clint' wrote in message
om...
One of the Gold Fields Gliding Club members took
it on himself to
re-create the club's defunct web page. I think the
result is the most
comprehensive web page for any club currently on
the internet. It
includes the club's by-laws, constitution, training
and conversion
syllabus, as well as the usual photos, links and
directions. See
Andries Lombaards’ creation at www.ggc.co.za. The
result is not
just useful for outsiders wanting to know about the
clubs activities,
but also for members who need updated training material,
duty lists
and general news. What more does a web site need
to have to be
perfect?

Clinton
LAK 12









  #7  
Old November 11th 03, 07:57 AM
Marcel Duenner
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@ segelflug.de you can vote on club homepages. All german, of course.

http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/~steffen/umfrage2/

For the results follow the links at the top of the page below
"Sortierung der Ergebnisse nach:"
Gesamteindruck - overall impression
Design - design
Inhalt - contents
Name - sorted by name
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Old November 11th 03, 10:37 AM
Janusz Kesik
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A link from me: www.css-leszno.it.pl
That's the place of the last WGC [www.wgc2003.pl]

Regards,


--=20
Janusz Kesik

visit
www.leszno.pl - home of the www.css-leszno.it.pl

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Old November 11th 03, 02:39 PM
c hinds
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All very nice however, check out http://www.memphis-soaring.org


(Marcel Duenner) wrote in message . com...
@ segelflug.de you can vote on club homepages. All german, of course.

http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/~steffen/umfrage2/

For the results follow the links at the top of the page below
"Sortierung der Ergebnisse nach:"
Gesamteindruck - overall impression
Design - design
Inhalt - contents
Name - sorted by name

  #10  
Old November 11th 03, 03:43 PM
Tony Verhulst
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Charles Petersen wrote:
I have to nominate www.yorksoaring.com


Agreed. And their introduction to soaring (
http://www.yorksoaring.com/whatissoaring.html ) is so good that my club
stole it. Well.... actually, we provided a link to their site.

Tony V.
http://www.soargbsc.org

 




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