There's a whole community out there of sites that cater to webmasters. If you name a topic, no matter how specific or niche, there is likely an online presence out there for it.How does one "find" someone to take over a website for you?? Craigslist, lol?
"Free to good home -- awesome forum community with established members. Must be loving, non-smoker, stable home." ??
What Kevin said. I'll add that there was a lot of luck involved. I purposely avoided going through the usual website sale sites because those seem more geared towards getting the highest bidder without finding someone who will do right by the community.How does one "find" someone to take over a website for you??
Well, now, you've got me curious! I have to find an iOS device to check it out. When I uploaded the avatar here I didn't have my ''shrunk & cropped" version handy that I use so I grabbed the original jpg that was taken on my wife's P&S from our vacation.Kevin is there a reason your Avatar is showing sideways?
I first came during the first round of SC as I recall and fit what I was looking for; information on smaller fixed lens options. I'm not a frequent poster, but I'm usually here daily.Thank you Amin. When I discovered PL it fit with my view of photography as a hobby — a non-demoninational camera/photography arena. Despite the name changes and mergers, you have managed to keep Cameraderie a comfortable place. I often wondered about the time and skill required to keep the site running smoothly but you certainly did it very well.
Hello Kevin. Welcome to the helm! Your plans are ambitious yet conservative, and that’s great. It seems that you are tuned in to Amin’s goals for this site and you’ll preserve the Cameraderie culture through development and changes. All the best to you.