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SEK Tracker

Posted: Wed Dec 17, 2003 1:35 pm
by airis
I saw this post in German forum.

It is possible to track also Swedish Kronas. http://www.lorensonline.com/sek_tracker/
It seems you can't enter notes outside Sweden.
Another problem is that the site is only in Swedish.

Posted: Wed Dec 17, 2003 2:03 pm
by mrskumm
Hello there...

I am the creator of SEK Tracker...

Didn't realize people wanted it in English too?!

Is it worth the time / effort to create a translation template, so I can have the site in both Swedish/English and just let people choose the language they want the site in?

Also, didn't realize it might be some interest to enter Swedish Notes outside of Sweden, are there?

//Lorens

Posted: Wed Dec 17, 2003 2:55 pm
by Poutsi
mrskumm wrote:Hello there...

I am the creator of SEK Tracker...
You should put your site to Google Directory ( Recreation > Collecting > Paper Money > Tracking Bank Notes) to gain more visitors.

Posted: Wed Dec 17, 2003 3:53 pm
by Aaron
mrskumm wrote:Hello there...

I am the creator of SEK Tracker...

Didn't realize people wanted it in English too?!
I registered there too. I registered myself as if I'm coming from Stockholm. Can you please add Åbo on the list when it's possible? :wink:

I have four twenty-crown notes in my wallet from my last cruise to Stockholm. I'll enter them later. :)

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 1:27 am
by mrskumm
Aaron wrote:
mrskumm wrote:Hello there...

I am the creator of SEK Tracker...

Didn't realize people wanted it in English too?!
I registered there too. I registered myself as if I'm coming from Stockholm. Can you please add Åbo on the list when it's possible? :wink:

I have four twenty-crown notes in my wallet from my last cruise to Stockholm. I'll enter them later. :)
Hello!

Åbo is in Finland? Right?

Would you be offended if I only added other countries ?? Like, Finland, Norway, Denmark etc..? Because I have no clue on regions in other countries....

Thanks,
Lorens

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 1:29 am
by mrskumm
Poutsi wrote:
mrskumm wrote:Hello there...

I am the creator of SEK Tracker...
You should put your site to Google Directory ( Recreation > Collecting > Paper Money > Tracking Bank Notes) to gain more visitors.
Thanks for the suggestion!

I have added that Google Directory to my bookmarks, and will add SEK Tracker, as soon as I get my own domain for sek tracker working....

//Lorens

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 3:50 am
by BossaNova
mrskumm wrote: Is it worth the time / effort to create a translation template, so I can have the site in both Swedish/English and just let people choose the language they want the site in?

Also, didn't realize it might be some interest to enter Swedish Notes outside of Sweden, are there?

//Lorens
Yes you should have it in english too.. for instance if I plann a trip to Sweden, I'll take some Krons from a portuguese bank first, so I'll get this notes in Portugal.. so I'll need an english version of the site.. and that it accepts notes entered outside Sweden..

anyway, I don't have any planned trip to Sweden so soon... :(

bn :arrow:

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 4:02 am
by BogPoet
BossaNova wrote:
Yes you should have it in english too.. for instance if I plann a trip to Sweden, I'll take some Krons from a portuguese bank first, so I'll get this notes in Portugal.. so I'll need an english version of the site.. and that it accepts notes entered outside Sweden..

anyway, I don't have any planned trip to Sweden so soon... :(

bn :arrow:
Well, I've been in Göteborg less than a month and I took 450 SEK (about €50 - I wasn't expecting to spend much: it was an almost-all-expenses-paid trip). Anyway, my point is that I got them from a Portuguese bank. Had I know of mrskumm site, I would have registered :?

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 4:10 am
by BossaNova
BogPoet wrote:
Well, I've been in Göteborg less than a month and I took 450 SEK (about ?50 - I wasn't expecting to spend much: it was an almost-all-expenses-paid trip). Anyway, my point is that I got them from a Portuguese bank. Had I know of mrskumm site, I would have registered :?
now, each time we'll go outside eurozone we must try to find some site corresponding to the currency of the place we go.. because there are a lot..

at least: SEK, UK Pounds, US Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Japanese Yenes.. and probably the idea is spreading...

bn :roll:

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 4:19 am
by BossaNova
:lol: tracking ugly money:
http://www.johnnyburrito.com/uglymoney_stamped.htm

bn
8)

PS: notes saying : "This bill will bring you lots of
luck if you write this verse on
ten more bills" - I wonder if will ever see this on an Euro note..
:roll:

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 6:23 pm
by bhoeyb
BossaNova wrote::lol: tracking ugly money:
http://www.johnnyburrito.com/uglymoney_stamped.htm

bn
8)

PS: notes saying : "This bill will bring you lots of
luck if you write this verse on
ten more bills" - I wonder if will ever see this on an Euro note..
:roll:
Sadly, we don't have a face on the Euro :evil: :lol: .

Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2003 8:31 pm
by Petri6
I would like to add some Swedish notes too (I'm from Finland). Can you also add old notes, because I have no idea if my notes are even in the use anymore?

Swedish Notes in the Netherlands!! I'll enter them!

Posted: Fri Dec 19, 2003 10:02 pm
by Fons
My mother is going to Norway quite often, she saves the Norwegian Krones, and also Swedish notes :P, I'll enter them next week 8) :)

I have a SEK 20 note in my coin and banknote collection!

Posted: Sat Dec 20, 2003 11:57 am
by micro
BossaNova wrote::lol: tracking ugly money:
http://www.johnnyburrito.com/uglymoney_stamped.htm
Image

8O 8O :)

Posted: Sat Dec 20, 2003 5:13 pm
by mrskumm
Thanks for all suggestions...

I will work on adding an English translation of the site too...

Also, I will add so notes can be entered in other countries... Just never realized that it was needed! :)

It's chrismas time, so it will probably not happen during this time! :)

//Lorens

BTW: www.sek-tracker.com is working now :)