October 31, 2017
by eHangar
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eHangar.com V3 – The Social Network

I’m excited to announce some major changes for eHangar.com in the very near future that will fulfill its original website vision!

When I first started eHangar.com in 2003, the original concept was to make it a site for “everything aviation”. As it was technically too challenging to make it so, I decided to focus on one area initially to establish the site, and that was aviation art.

Even while eHangar.com grew over the years and became the foremost aviation art site in the world, I had always thought of ways to increase its membership base beyond aviation art enthusiasts, into the general aviation world.

Today, we have the mature technology of social networking sites, and so I have decided to convert eHangar.com into the social network site for everything aviation. Yes, I know many aviation enthusiasts are already using Facebook, but I believe a social network site specifically for aviation has real potential.

Who wants to wade through dozens of posts of babies, pets and birthday parties before you chance upon a photograph of a Spitfire or some other aircraft? What if every post was of an aviation nature, by people who are enthusiasts, collectors, pilots, crew, etc, from every sector of aviation, past, present and future?

As a social networking site, I believe eHangar.com will finally be able to fulfill its original vision and mission to be “Everything Aviation Under One Roof”.

What do you think? Would you welcome the chance to be a part of a global aviation social network where everyone is of like mind and focus? Let me know what you think about these plans in the comments section below or in the eHangar forum.

September 15, 2016
by eHangar
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We’re BACK! Everything looks normal (I hope…!)

We’ve just completed the move to a new server. Its been a nail-biting few days because the IT tech guy I hired did not do the job properlycensoredbrooding, and so I had to do it all by myself, with a bit of guesswork here and there, and much uploading and deleting of files and databases.seestars

It looks like the migration has gone well, with only the latest posts of the past few days missing, I think, including my post announcing the site will be down.

For the members’ whose recent posts might not have been backed up and restored properly, I apologise and request that you make the posts again.whistle

Thanks everyone for your patience and accommodation. I hope this new server will serve the site well and quickly too. pilotfly

As always, please post in the feedback section if you spot anything amiss or have suggestions to improve the site, our community.teach

Cheers

Sunny

May 6, 2016
by eHangar
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Site issues still being resolved, eHangar may go offline temporarily

Hi folks, the site has been experiencing a number of technical issues and I am still looking into it, and also bringing in some technical help.

Over the next few days, some portions of the site may not work as before as we disable some plugins and functions to try to isolate the causes of the technical issues. The site may even go offline for a while.

I am alerting you to these developments so you are not too alarmed or concerned if the site looks or behaves differently in the next few days. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. These gremlins are truly annoying but I hope to flush them out soon, forever!

I was also informed that there are currently  23,378 emails queue for delivery in the server. As I am not sending out any emails or newsletters, I suspect the email server may have been hijacked or compromised.

If you receive, or have received, any emails from ehangar.com that seems suspicious, please let me know.

April 26, 2016
by eHangar
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Forum Posting is Working Again!

I have managed to find out what was causing the problem where members were unable to reply to posts or add new topics to the forum.

The culprit was the site theme and so I have swapped it to a basic theme. It may not look very pretty, but the forum works again.

My apologies for the breakdown. Let’s get back to sharing aviation art again! 🙂