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# 38030 23-Jul-2009 13:33
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I have a plone site set up on a Linux platform web server, that I inherited when I took over from our previous ICT Manager.

This has run in the background, providing great service as a portal to our warehousing clients, to enable them to view live data on their current and past orders for a few years now.

But as is usual the requirements have changed slightly, and I am looking for a provider to do some redevelopment work on the site.

This was initially set up by a previous support provider who had a staff member at the time, who had knowledge of Plone, but he has since left the country for Ireland I understand, and I have been unable to contact him.

So if anyone knows of a good company/individual who would be keen to do some work on this for me, please let me know :)

Or if anyone knows Mick Gregg, and knows how to contact him (he was attached to CHCH Poly tech at one stage I think, along with e2 Media) please let me know :)

I am based in CHCH NZ so ideally would prefer a face to face but if I cant get a CHCH contact, I will consider further afield.

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  # 242772 5-Aug-2009 00:28
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I know someone who considers himself as one of the only competent plone developers in NZ.. I'll forward him your predicament and see if he's interested.



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  # 242922 5-Aug-2009 11:40
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That would be awesome thank you :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 244096 7-Aug-2009 23:32
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billyvan: That would be awesome thank you :)


I've asked him but haven't heard back yet, I'll post back when I get a response...

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