itnomad at itnomad.net
Sun Feb 13 07:30:21 PST 2005
You could also try jobs.perl.org. I have been not hired for Austin jobs
posted there many times;), although the site seems to be broken this
On Sun, 2005-02-13 at 00:19 -0600, Joe Cooper wrote:
> Hey Sam,
> Thanks for your interest, but I signed someone from this list on to
> tackle this project yesterday.
> That said, we'll be doing quite a bit more with this project as things
> proceed (and after we have a little revenue from the project), so I'm
> pretty confident there will be quite a few other chances for folks to
> get involved.
> Given the slew of extremely qualified people we got responses from
> within a few hours of posting, I think all of our future perl jobs will
> be posted here first, assuming no one is irritated by the posts.
> Sam Foster wrote:
> > I'd love to team up with someone on this is anyone's interested. My perl
> > is passable - probably low-intermediate level? My database skills are
> > web/browser gui skills.
> > The cash would be less important than the opportunity to work alongside
> > someone doing the perl/db thing in a real-world application.
> > Sam
> > Joe Cooper wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> My company has a Firefox toolbar that talks to a PostgreSQL database
> >> via perl cgi scripts on the server-side, and it all needs some TLC to
> >> bring it up to the quality and features we'd like it to have. We have
> >> a $1k-$2k budget for the job (and I believe it is 10-20 hours worth of
> >> work for a good developer, so I think we're paying reasonable rates
> >> for good developers ;-), plus a lot of plans for enhancements after
> >> all of the bugs are worked out and things are running smoothly, so
> >> there's a lot of future work on this project and related ones for
> >> someone we can count on. (It's a pretty cool project to work on too,
> >> I think... http://www.penguinfeet.org is the homepage.)
> >> A good part of what we'd like to do is take some of the text
> >> processing that is, quite stupidly, being done on the client-side in
> >> portion of the code also needs some work to make the GUI more useable,
> >> Anyway, holler if you're interested.
> >> Thanks!
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