Droits de propriété intellectuelle : Google et moi (et toi)

Après ma montée de lait d'hier, j'ai relu les conditions d'utilisation de Blogger, et c'est pas si pire.

Mais en bout de ligne, je cherche un hébergeur Web.

Avis aux intéressés.

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wassy said...

Bonjour à tous,

Si tu cherches un hébergeur pas trop cher avec de bons services (comme php, bases de données, e-mails, etc.), je conseillerais facilement Ovh que j'ai choisi pour mes propres activités.


wassy said...

Bonjour LR K. M.,

Pour ce qui est de ton choix, je pense que tu as raison d'encourager un hébergeur québéquois si pour un tarif comparable, tu as des services équivalents. As-tu quand même été jeter un oeil aux propositions d'Ovh ?