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Postby Evert » Sat Dec 20, 2003 6:58 pm

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Postby mrskumm » Sun Dec 21, 2003 5:16 am

Evert wrote:Jag skulle oskcå vilja bli en medlem på SEK Tracker, men jag kan inte välja Finland som mitt område.

Om du behöver nån hjälp med Finska läner och så, feel free to contact me ;)


Hello!

I write in English since this is the English part of the forum!

But yes, I am interested in Finnish countys! I am reworking the part of the site about Country/County/City... But since I only know of Sweden and it's countys/citys, I have been thinking of only letting people choose County/City if they are from Sweden...

But, if you can give me accurate information about Finlands countys, I would be happy to fix so countys can be chosen if Finland is chosen too!

If you have ICQ, please add me, 132893944, and we can talk about it there....

For the others, Germany, Denmark, Norway, I will, for now, only add those countries!

I have also begun working on translation of the site....

//Lorens

BTW: www.sek-tracker.com works now! :)

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Postby mrskumm » Sun Dec 21, 2003 8:46 am

Just a note, sek-tracker will move very soon... get it's own domain www.sek-tracker.se (and www.sek-tracker.com will point towards it)

//Lorens

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Postby Evert » Sun Dec 21, 2003 12:05 pm

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Postby mrskumm » Sun Dec 21, 2003 2:32 pm

Well, I don't have MSN...

But are "Österbotten" a province or a läner ??

Does the Läner consist of provinces or the other way?!

//Lorens

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Postby Dakkus » Sun Dec 21, 2003 2:34 pm

mrskumm wrote:For the others, Germany, Denmark, Norway, I will, for now, only add those countries!


Why on earth would you do it that way? If a Swedish person travels to f.ex. Portugal or France, he may also change Euros to Swedish Crowns there. And then he gets the money in Portugal. And might want to say so. Now he can't.
Also some French people might be interested in visitin Sweden every now and then. And for them including France would be a good idea. And so on.
Why not just do what we've done here in EBT and forget the läns?
Just make it Country/City. There's anyway aren't many cities with the same name in the same country, so it shouldn't be hard understanding where the note is from.
Knowing the län is just useless extra info you could (and should) remove for the sake of simplicity.

And please note that it should be almost completely as easy to add all countries in the world as it is to add those few you've suggested.

What I think is that the note tracking sites should have one common database for the coordinates of different cities.
Avij, does this sound like a good idea to you? You could help the SEK-tracking site quite a lot by sharing our location db with them :) Also other types of consultation should be quite easy and handy, AFAIK :)

BTW, Lorens, please read other threads on this forum and comment on them. Might be interesting to hear a Swedish point for many discussions :)
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Postby Evert » Sun Dec 21, 2003 11:47 pm

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Postby mrskumm » Tue Dec 23, 2003 9:17 am

Dakkus wrote:
mrskumm wrote:For the others, Germany, Denmark, Norway, I will, for now, only add those countries!


Why on earth would you do it that way? If a Swedish person travels to f.ex. Portugal or France, he may also change Euros to Swedish Crowns there. And then he gets the money in Portugal. And might want to say so. Now he can't.
Also some French people might be interested in visitin Sweden every now and then. And for them including France would be a good idea. And so on.
Why not just do what we've done here in EBT and forget the läns?
Just make it Country/City. There's anyway aren't many cities with the same name in the same country, so it shouldn't be hard understanding where the note is from.
Knowing the län is just useless extra info you could (and should) remove for the sake of simplicity.


I am sorry, that came out wrong! What I meant was... I have added all Counties in sweden... But for now, I will only let other countries choose their country... I will NOT limit it to the countries I said above, but... I have only added those yet!

Dakkus wrote:And please note that it should be almost completely as easy to add all countries in the world as it is to add those few you've suggested.


Countries now takes a few seconds to add.... Counties/Cities also takes a few seconds to add... (I rewrote that part of the site)

Dakkus wrote:What I think is that the note tracking sites should have one common database for the coordinates of different cities.
Avij, does this sound like a good idea to you? You could help the SEK-tracking site quite a lot by sharing our location db with them :) Also other types of consultation should be quite easy and handy, AFAIK :)


That would be real neat, to get some coordinates :)

Dakkus wrote:BTW, Lorens, please read other threads on this forum and comment on them. Might be interesting to hear a Swedish point for many discussions :)


I will try and find time... But I don't have that much time during xmas :(

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Postby mrskumm » Tue Dec 23, 2003 9:19 am

Evert wrote:I also think maybe it would be better to forget the provinces and all then, keep them just for Swedish members? It would make the list much shorter. Or maybe the Swedish members could choose their län på sin options-sida eller nånting. :?: :roll:


I have been thinking like that too! But not decided!

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Postby mrskumm » Tue Dec 30, 2003 1:24 pm

Okay, I don't mean to spam this forum... But I wanted to tell those who wants to know that SEK Tracker has moved :) www.sek-tracker.se

www.sek-tracker.com will be changed to redirect to .se !

Best Regards,
Lorens

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Postby Elmo » Tue Dec 30, 2003 5:34 pm

Perhaps somebody could put your website in the links section of the EBT-
website. :idea: We already have sites for tracking American and Canadian
dollars, Japanese yens, and Swiss francs, so why not?
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Postby Fons » Tue Dec 30, 2003 9:01 pm

When can I enter my Swedish notes? (in the Netherlands)

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Postby mrskumm » Wed Dec 31, 2003 12:40 am

Fons wrote:When can I enter my Swedish notes? (in the Netherlands)



Sorry that it takes so long.... I don't have alot of time to spend on the site during XMas / New Years....

I have begun thinking of how to easily have the site translateable... And will also add countries soon!

//Lorens

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Postby mrskumm » Wed Dec 31, 2003 12:41 am

Elmo wrote:Perhaps somebody could put your website in the links section of the EBT-
website. :idea: We already have sites for tracking American and Canadian
dollars, Japanese yens, and Swiss francs, so why not?


That would be awesome :)

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Postby joergb30 » Thu Jan 01, 2004 8:32 pm

mrskumm wrote:
Fons wrote:When can I enter my Swedish notes? (in the Netherlands)



Sorry that it takes so long.... I don't have alot of time to spend on the site during XMas / New Years....

I have begun thinking of how to easily have the site translateable... And will also add countries soon!

//Lorens


That would be great.
Don't forget to add "34125 Kassel" under "Tyskland" in your database, 3 Swedish bills in my hometown still waiting for registration :wink:


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