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17 comments21 Jul 2004 @ 12:18 by celestial : MING
I just put in a call to someone who could be your most able bodied assistant;
I'm waiting on his return call.
I know his mother (I was married to her for five years) SO HE BETTER WATCH OUT !!!!!
21 Jul 2004 @ 12:26 by celestial : MING
I just called his mother (we're still very good friendes) and he will be coming
by her house in about one and one half hours.
I'll tell him how to contact you by phone (message) & email.
P.S. He is unemployed recently.
21 Jul 2004 @ 12:55 by Chris Hagglund @188.8.131.52 : Work with you
Hi Flemming -- I'd be interested in helping when I have time. I dont have a lot of time lately but I may have more in the future. Just the other day I'd thought about how it would be interesting to work with you on a software project in some capacity. And here you go writing about such things :)
21 Jul 2004 @ 13:08 by vaxen : Yeah...
sounds scrumptious, even though you ripped me for the 'Synchronicity' label, ;) heh heh heh...Also you may consider bob's crew over at shellcity http://www.shellcity.net/ . Run a blurb. As I'm still finishing up my tour in Iraq I am only visiting there once in a great while but there are some really cool people there, not newbees at all in a PHP sense and I think, if you could get down and just 'be' people, that you may find some 'kinship' there...just a thought. I'll keep my eyes ears and zombies out for further word of your projects blooming...sounds great.
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21 Jul 2004 @ 16:49 by ed @184.108.40.206 : Comments
I'm pretty much in the same world. Yes, a zillion applications. HOWEVER there is no way you can compete with an osCommerce. 100's of programmers, amazing code, 1000's of man hours. All php, all open source.
Mailing List manager? MoJo is amazing.
BB System? Scores out there, major developers, dozens of programmers submitting features daily.
HOWEVER, I ended up writing my own blogger software. The one package that I could not find to all i wanted to. Just my 2 cents! Good luck. -ed
21 Jul 2004 @ 17:33 by ming : Competing
Yes, it would be difficult to compete directly with some of those things in terms of features. Well, osCommerce in particular. E-commerce systems have a lot of required pieces to them. A weblog is a lot easier, as even the major players don't do terribly much. But the world isn't necessarily looking for THE one-size-fits-all solution for everybody, and some of them are too complex or too simple for some uses. Some of the forum systems that have hundreds of contributors get so complex that it isn't necessarily what is best for every project.
And what most of these guys aren't doing is make it all fit together. How does the wiki cooperate with the forum? Do you need a lot of custom programming to fit the pieces together that weren't otherwise meant to go together?
Of course, if somebody has solved a complex problem really well, and it is really easy to use the result, say, like MySQL, there's little point in try to duplicate it. Much more productive to stand on the shoulders of giants. But a lot of what's out there in terms of the types of software I mention isn't particularly good building blocks.
It is a real dilemma, however. Why work long nights on developing something that other teams of smart people probably are doing much better? Instead of just downloading their work. Well, basically because what they're doing might not be exactly what you're looking for. If it actually is close enough, you might be best off working on tweaking and expanding what they did. But maybe you do indeed have something that covers a need or a niche that wasn't covered, or a different philosophy on how it should be done, and it will be worth the trouble.
Acting quick is of the essence, though. If it takes too long, somebody will come along and do a better job before you're done. Which is a great thing in many ways, but maybe you should then have gone skiing, instead of wasting your time.
22 Jul 2004 @ 07:06 by Jeff Schuler @220.127.116.11 : open-sourcing
You don't seem against open-sourcing... why not do so and run the project on SourceForge, http://sourceforge.net/ ?
SourceForge will connect you to developers who are capable and motivated...
If you want to make a business out of it, you can still sell the package, or some sort of subscription service.
22 Jul 2004 @ 08:46 by ming : Open Source
I'm quite open to open sourcing all of it. And people will often say, oh, just put it up, and see what happens. But so far it seems to be a considerable extra effort to open it up in any meaningful way. There needs to be some infrastructure around it. The software needs to be sufficiently isolated so it might work on its own. One needs to keep track of versions, etc. OK, it doesn't really have to work perfectly, I'm well aware of that. But there has to be a meaningful structure around it, which has to work, even if the actual software doesn't. Maybe SourceForge handles a lot of this for me. I haven't looked closely enough. My current plan is to pick one of two modules and make them available, and use that as an exercise in doing it right, and seeing how it works.
22 Jul 2004 @ 14:28 by Quirkeboy @18.104.22.168 : Not sure what this will lead to..
Well.. I've enjoyed your website and would love to find a way to contribute or get involved.. I work as a graphic designer for a newspaper.. (so I mostly have experience in print media not web.. )
My poormans website:
and some of my more fantasy oriented stuff:
Not sure how you could use me.. but Im open to anything.
PS: Let me know what you think of my work!!
25 Jul 2004 @ 11:26 by James @22.214.171.124 : What does the future hold....?
First, I would ask this question, given as much research into general world, business and social/technological trends, and predict where it is most likely we (humanity) will be (at least economically speaking) in about 10 years from now.
Given that vision, the 'module(s)' or tools/software that gets your most attention and effort, is in alignment with that vision of where people/business will be in 10 years, hence what gets released/worked on now will in a sense create that vision as much as become incresingly attractive and viable as time goes by.
Flemming, I believe you're on the right track with CHALICE, or something like it, and with the right tweaking (mainly in your head about 'being entrepreneurial') you'll see that you have already an ideal platform with the NCN community/database to launch yourself, and the rest of us, into that vision.
25 Jul 2004 @ 18:14 by ming : Future backtracking
That's a good suggestion. Go forward and see where we'll be, or where we'd like to be, and go back and see what tools best can support that.
You're right, new kinds of economic ways of interacting might be key. Ways of knowing who to trust, who does good stuff, and what is worth paying attention to. There will be so much greater amounts of information, and the majority of it might be fake if we don't watch out, so it becomes critical to be able to recognize and communicate value.
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