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Problems submitting new places

2013-10-12 23:30 von yetzt

At the moment subission of new places seems broken. We are working on it and asking for your patience.

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Flattr us.

2010-05-28 12:33 von yetzt

As you may have noticed, you can give us flattrs to support veganguide.org. Thanks for fattring.

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Additional domain

2010-04-13 17:04 von yetzt

We've acquired veganguide.de. Thanks to the former owner.

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Did we fool you?

2010-04-02 07:58 von yetzt

I hope noone was in real doubt that yesterdays layout and blog post was just an aprils fool.

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Bacon is the new vegan!

2010-04-01 14:29 von yetzt

Since staying vegan all the time is boring and eating bacon ist the next big thing, we completely changed the focus of veganguide.org towards tasty bacon. Mmmh, bacon. I need to get some yummy bacon right now. See ya.

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We moved...

2010-03-08 23:30 von yetzt

veganguide.org has moved to a new server. We're now hosted at netzguerilla.net. This new server comes with far mor reliability at the same costs. So far the migration process went really smooth. If you expierience any problems, let me know.

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A new design

2010-02-02 02:33 von yetzt

As you may have noticed, we tweaked our design a little bit.

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Donations

2009-09-17 19:47 von yetzt

Our yearly hosting bill about 350 EUR will arrive us at Oct 1st. If you like this website and want to support us with a little donation, you may use this paypal link or otherwise please let us know: info@veganguide.org.

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#1000

2009-08-02 13:55 von yetzt

What should i say? Our user ck posted place #1000. I want to express my deepest thanks to all the users contributed to this little project!

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Never standing in front of a closed store...

2009-06-16 04:14 von yetzt

For all the people begging and bugging me to bring a delete-button into the vegan guide: I will never do that. But i've got something better: A this-place-is-gone-button. Right.

Now you can mark places as closed, so people using this vegan guide will never again (or at least less frequently) stand in front of a closed shop or restaurant. And the people searching for their most-loved place will notice it's gone. Right before they book a flight. Because the description page is still here and it has now a big red warning sign above it if the place is gone.

Its magic. Its awesome. Dadada. Does anyone actually read this?

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