[ic] ad_tracking--mike h
paul at gishnetwork.com
Thu Jul 15 20:01:37 EDT 2004
Steve Geiger [sgeiger at vervante.com] wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
>> [mailto:interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf
>> Of Paul Jordan
>> Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2004 5:58 PM
>> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
>> Subject: RE: [ic] ad_tracking--mike h
>> Steve [icdev at mrlock.com] wrote:
>>>>> How much would it take if a few of us funded this venture to
>>>>> include it in the open source? I know i'm interested.....
>>>> I would think two-three hours of my time would be plenty. What I
>>>> usually do is go halfsies with people who are funding something
>>>> tha5 goes to the core. The extra time is spent on docs and
>>>> distribution support.
>>> Would the code be portable back to foundation 4.8.x or do I need to
>>> plan the upgrade to 5.x to go with this?
>>> A brief overview of existing codes function would be great.
>>> At least two people are already interested - the rate sounds good
>>> to me.
>>> I'm mainly interested in tracking advertising click throughs to
>>> purchase, and how the customer walks through the site.
>>> Steve Graham
>> I don't need this feature, but I would pitch in $75 which is
>> a 1/2 hour of Mikes time. The only reason I would do this is
>> so that more of this cost sharing can take place and grow
>> more popular.
>> It would be nice if there were an appropriate place for this
>> kinda stuff. Post job -> sign up for contributions -> pay consultant
>> So Steve, if you get this going, Perusion already has my $75
>> on balance.
> I like that idea Paul.
> I think I would put in $75. Now we just need to make sure the
> feature is what people want.
> Steve (from vervante)
Yes well, when you get all this for a few hours of time, it is basically "a
steal". Mike already put in the heavy lifting ages ago with the pages, cgi
script and ads table.
Once it is released to the community, I am sure it would be easy to tweak to
anyone's particular needs.
However your right, for the general "money pooling" idea, a "job building" area
or forum or list would be nice to tie down the loose edges, before paying a
consultant, and them starting work. It is a bit different in this case as the
work is largely already done.
I would think the devgroup could put up some sort of list/form for this, and it
would be supported by the devgroup companies advertising on that page, and
being the ones who bid on the jobs on that page (Perusion, Cursor Software, New
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