Help wanted - real world $framework app
tjc at wintrmute.net
Tue Nov 22 11:00:06 GMT 2005
I've been working with Maypole and then Catalyst at work for ages, and I'm
quite handy with the latter by now.
I'm fairly time-poor myself too, but I might be able to knock something up
fairly quickly for you in Catalyst if you liked; or at least build up the
critical parts and skeleton for the rest, depending on the size of the
As you say, it's nice to have portfolio sites out there.
On Fri, Nov 18, 2005 at 04:40:04PM +0000, Simon Wilcox wrote:
> I need some help and it occurs to me that someone here might be interested
> in helping out. I've been working with the guys behind www.monday9am.tv to
> plan the development of the site. We know what we want to do but
> unfortunately I have no tuits left to actually do it (damn $dayjob) and no
> money (right now) to pay anyone to do it for us.
> I had planned on using Catalyst (or Maypole) to build it and the
> requirements are fairly simple. It would make a great portfolio site and
> be an interesting showcase for the $framework.
> If anyone has a couple of weeks they would be willing to trade for fame,
> glory and the project team's undying gratitude, plus beer and maybe even
> fortune at some future point, I would be very pleased to hear from you.
> http://www.monday9am.tv - an online movie theatre (cinema)
> short films that do something
> ... the art of being alive
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Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold/Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world
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