In order to get the new site up and running, we're looking for a few (5-6) developers to write/modify/integrate some of the most important features of EduGeek 2.0, and 1 HTML/CSS guru to take care of the new design. If you know your way around PHP and/or HTML and would be interested in helping out, drop me an email at secundus @ dragon-designs.org
Come on guys alex can't do it on his own you want new version of the site then need to help...
My PHP isnt upto this type of level but I will help you with testing if needed.
Well if I am right in thinking the site is going to be Joomla based I don't mind helping out with the theme.
I can do some CSS, but I'm an ASP monkey so can't help with the coding unfortunately!
I'm also happy to help with testing.
I can do testing no problems for you, but not that kind of construction im afraid guys
i wish i could help i am still learning php mysql ect I would love to help where I can. But as far as building goes i am a wyswyg use studio 8. I am ok with building graphics with fireworks but thats about it sorry.
I've been playing with php for a couple of years without knowing any coding. Now teaching myself how to do it properly so may be of help proofing and testing.
I know nothing of *nix though - I only use windows with apache, php, MySql and phpMyAdmin.
Put me down to help.
My PHP/SQL skills are awesome, but time is my enemy
How much work is involved exactly?
I've been trying to post to the site all day from work but it just keeps timing out. Put me down for html/css/design. I did email you as well.
Please note that all contributing volunteers will get a limited edition black 'EduGeek coding monkey' t-shirt for their efforts.
Alex and Russ will get 'Boss monkey' shirts.
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