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Old 17th April 2005, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default diyAudio is looking for Coders

Do you have experience coding PHP5 / MySQL4.1? Would you be willing to help with the coding of this site? If so, please leave a short message and someone will contact you shortly.

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It'd mostly be coding the backend. All black box modules. All parts of the site new and old.
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Old 18th April 2005, 01:49 AM   #2
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I have no professional experience, but I have coded a few PHP4 (haven't checked up on what updates are in 5)/MySQL sites. Nothing as complex as a forum like this, but I can read and modify just about anything. What kind of help is needed exactly?
 
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David Remahl (which I know) is pretty good in lot's of things.

http://www.remahl.se/david/
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I would like some more info.
 
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Tell me what info you'd like and if it's suitable for public consumption I'll update the 1st post. If not I'll email the info to you.
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A little more specific info on what I/we would be coding, whether it would be mostly backend or UI stuff, etc... Which part of the site? All? A specific but existing part? Additions?
 
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A little more specific info on what I/we would be coding, whether it would be mostly backend or UI stuff, etc... Which part of the site? All? A specific but existing part? Additions?
Yes, this is the type of information I am looking for as well. Feel free to PM or e-mail me about this.
 
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Updated first post.
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Sounds good to me, now one more question: How much time are you looking for us to spend?
 
Old 22nd April 2005, 01:09 AM   #10
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Sounds good to me, now one more question: How much time are you looking for us to spend?

At most I'd say 3 - 5 hrs some months... little to nothing most months.
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