[ic] Community Projects
paul at gishnetwork.com
Sat Jul 24 15:30:47 EDT 2004
Ron Phipps [rphipps at reliant-solutions.com] wrote:
> Hey guys, this was posted on the biz list and it didn't seem to
> generate any responses. Perhaps it will get some hits here :) I
> think this may be a way for the community to help out with the IC
> project more and for IC to grow quicker then ever. I think the
> ultimate goal could be to have a site where any developer could post
> a project they would be willing to work on if the price is right and
> then for the community to post their pledges so the work can begin.
> The ad tracking and Paypal payment module have already been added to
> the site, looking forward to seeing progress in those two.
I knew it, my biz-list subscription did get lost in space... Maybe a lot of
other peoples subscription got lost... and therefore no hub-bub?
At any rate, I would like to completely agree with Ron.
Some ideas for future projects might be in the areas of:
USPS Priority Label Printing
Bulk Mail sending (handing off to MTA)
Also, as a notice to merchants. Paypal will make no effort to protect you, even
if you've done nothing wrong, UNLESS you use an online traceable form of
shipment, and send to the verified address.
> " Perusion would like to announce the addition of the *IC Devgroup
> Community Projects* section on our website. This section was created
> to accommodate the needs of a commonly expressed desire. That desire
> is to enable a group of IC users to pool their monies in order for a
> to create a commonly desired feature or function for Interchange. Very
> often several IC users have common interests, but cannot justify
> shouldering the entire cost to develop that interest individually.
> There has been much discussion regarding this on the mail list, so we
> have taken a first step towards organizing this process. To find out
> more about this or view the list of current projects, go to:
> Thanks for your continued support and use of Interchange!
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