[pmwiki-users] List of Designers for Hire who use PmWiki
Crisp, Steve [UK]
SCRISP at ngms.eu.com
Fri Mar 9 14:08:33 CST 2007
May I suggest something to add to your template below for those that are earning money directly from PmWiki:
* Percentage revenue donated back to PmWiki author (or more realistically a yes/no answer that they donate _something_ for every order) - only fair.
If I were to contract someones services who relies on OpenSource software as the core of there business I would select someone with the highest donation after choosing a competent one.
From: pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com on behalf of Sandy
Sent: Fri 09/03/2007 14:41
To: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Subject: [pmwiki-users] List of Designers for Hire who use PmWiki
Extracts from a hobby newsgroup:
A: You put your illustrated story up in Word format. I can't read it.
B: Oh, is Word format bad? It's the only way I could think of.
B: I'm so excited! I've hired a professional to design my new site! Will
I still have to learn HTML to put up my illustrated story?
(Her current site a paid Yahoo site.)
Anyone else out there biting their tongue?
Of course, I wanted to tell her, too late, "Contact one of the people on
the PmWiki list."
Is it worth (or advisable) to have a page on PmWiki.org of people who
create PmWiki sites for others?
Brainstorm of what to include:
* size and price (range). Do you prefer small hobby sites or
** include 1 year domain reg & hosting? Hobbiests don't know to ask.
* link to own site and portfolio
* usual fine print about PmWiki not actually approving any of these
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