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# 39456 14-Aug-2009 10:16
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Greetings all,


I've got ideas for a PHP-based file-sharing app that uses HTTP for its transport, rather than the likes of DC++


It would be an open-source app (ideally), and I've got the design ideas for everything, but I basically just need an experienced PHP programmer who can help do this?


Unfortunately being an open-source app we won't be charging for it, and I have no means to pay for it, however full credit will be given where credit is due :)


Would this be the place to post asking for somebody who's interested in undertaking it? I doubt it would take long, maybe 20 hours?


Should I post more info? Perhaps some of the design specs?


Cheers




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  # 246739 14-Aug-2009 18:36
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A good place to start would be to define the project. http://code.google.com/projecthosting/


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  # 246814 15-Aug-2009 00:15
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no this is a good place to start.

http://www.w3schools.com/PHP/DEfaULT.asP

 
 
 
 




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  # 246844 15-Aug-2009 07:24
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Thanks hellonearthisman, I'll sign up there and get the project started.

Dargor, unfortunately whilst I'd love to learn PHP, I simply don't have the time, nor the patience right now. I've done a *little* PHP in some of the websites I've created, but overall I have no real need to learn another language. I consider myself mostly a tech-support kind of person, not a programmer ;)

Thanks for the feedback, will post back when the google project is up :)

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