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Postby WeeGraeme » Tue Sep 04, 2007 7:50 am

LI81TY wrote:lol @ ric

on another note.. ive never hurd of .asn... so how would people even relise it's a domain name??

liberty.org.au

bit of a shame.. but I still feel libertygt.com.au was the best domain!! :'( fark arse owns it tho!


I think the current domain name is better. I did joint up to libertygt.com.au before this forum started, but at the same time, I actually didn't think I should have because I knew I probably wasn't going to buy a GT. The only reason I did was that there didn't seem to be anything more suited at the time, going by the url at least.

As for .asn, noone would have known what .org or even .com meant when they first created it. When I think of .org I tend to think of charitable organisations or other organisations for community benefit.
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Postby Ric » Tue Sep 04, 2007 8:29 am

How would the GT guys feel about LibertyNA.com ? ;)

Just for the record.
.COM.AU = Commercial = Registered businesses with an ABN
.NET.AU = Commercial = same rules as .com.au (was originally meant to be for ISPs, but due to original heavy restrictiopns on .com.au, was used for businesses also)
.EDU.AU = Education = Schools and universities
.ORG.AU = Organisation = Non commercial clubs, associations etc.
.ASN.AU = Association = Non commercial clubs, associations etc.
.ID.AU = Personal use.

(From http://www.auda.org.au/policies/auda-2005-01/ )

So technically, .asn.au and .org.au are equivalent, although I also associate .org.au with charities, and .asn.au with sporting clubs.
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Postby sinist4 » Tue Sep 04, 2007 8:28 pm

^^... they would think ... its a fulli sic sleeper hahaha.
nah i get ur point :D
maybe Liberty.asn.au is the best one for now.
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Postby SUM12C » Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:33 pm

The current name is good "Liberty.asn.au"
(with full stops not joined to the bottom line)

As long as it will fit on the back window to one side of the stop light. I don’t have a wagon :?
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Postby Ric » Tue Sep 04, 2007 10:15 pm

SUM12C wrote:The current name is good "Liberty.asn.au"
(with full stops not joined to the bottom line)

As long as it will fit on the back window to one side of the stop light. I don’t have a wagon :?

The current version is 381x21mm
If the "CLUB." was dropped, it would be a bit shorter.
Get out your ruler if see how that fits :D

(It has to be all upper case, to try to match the "LIBERTY" logo on the car ;))
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Postby viriix » Wed Sep 05, 2007 1:22 pm

Liberty.asn.au is pretty sweet 8)
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Postby GT25 » Wed Sep 05, 2007 6:38 pm

Liberty.asn.au is good. Prefer it in the option 3 format.

Also think we should be all putting the sticker in the same place.

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Postby WhiteGTB » Wed Sep 05, 2007 6:58 pm

GT25 wrote:Liberty.asn.au is good. Prefer it in the option 3 format.

Also think we should be all putting the sticker in the same place.

Greg


Same place: Yeah I agree... looks universal.
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Postby Ric » Wed Sep 05, 2007 7:15 pm

GT25 wrote:Liberty.asn.au is good. Prefer it in the option 3 format.

Also think we should be all putting the sticker in the same place.

Greg

It looks better on the back window of sedans, and the rear-side windows on wagons.
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Postby gt_dicko » Fri Sep 07, 2007 11:54 am

Ric wrote:
GT25 wrote:Liberty.asn.au is good. Prefer it in the option 3 format.

Also think we should be all putting the sticker in the same place.

Greg

It looks better on the back window of sedans, and the rear-side windows on wagons.


Could get a big one for the top of the front windcreen, that'd be way cool... 8)
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Postby Ric » Fri Sep 07, 2007 12:53 pm

gt_dicko wrote:
Ric wrote:
GT25 wrote:Liberty.asn.au is good. Prefer it in the option 3 format.

Also think we should be all putting the sticker in the same place.

Greg

It looks better on the back window of sedans, and the rear-side windows on wagons.


Could get a big one for the top of the front windcreen, that'd be way cool... 8)

If you're serious, I'll get a price! :)
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Postby Mano™ » Fri Sep 07, 2007 1:07 pm

Soo... Liberty.asn.au it is then ??

What is that to look like? Carnt markii get them made? might be able to get a deal done with him??? he can do those subaru ones n stuff..

What text will it be?
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Postby markii » Fri Sep 07, 2007 1:21 pm

yup yup of course i can, i dont think we are that expensive..
but tell me what you guys need and ill get you a quote..

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Postby MY07GT » Fri Sep 07, 2007 2:34 pm

Great work Ric!

I like option 3!!!

Did you by any chance get anymore info on the numberplate holders as im not a fan of stickers on my car?

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Postby gt_dicko » Fri Sep 07, 2007 9:06 pm

Ric wrote:
gt_dicko wrote:
Ric wrote:
GT25 wrote:Liberty.asn.au is good. Prefer it in the option 3 format.

Also think we should be all putting the sticker in the same place.

Greg

It looks better on the back window of sedans, and the rear-side windows on wagons.


Could get a big one for the top of the front windcreen, that'd be way cool... 8)

If you're serious, I'll get a price! :)


Nah.. Don't think so.
But Number plate holders would be good.
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