web development needed

Alfred Perlstein bright at mu.org
Wed Dec 10 00:34:25 PST 2003

I have recieved many offers for this job.  I am interested but
currently completing the final beta of the project for which I must
give a presentation on tomorrow.

I will be making a decision shortly.  I'm not sure if I mentioned
that the ability to do graphics design is a plus as I need logos
done for both the website and company letterhead and business cards.

Please do not call my phone, email will suffice, the current state
of things doesn't lend itself well to phone conversations as I
haven't figured out 110% the extent of what needs to be done.

All correspondence has been filed and will be reviewed within the
next week or two.

Thank you all and best of luck.

- Alfred Perlstein
- Research Engineering Development Inc.
- email: bright at mu.org cell: 408-480-4684

* Alfred Perlstein <bright at mu.org> [031205 01:26] wrote:
> I'm posting this here because I'd like to give people in the FreeBSD
> community first dibs on a job I need done.  Friends/associates of
> people subscribed here are welcome as well.
> I need two web sites developed.  They will both be relatively simple.
> On the order of 4-10 pages.
> Applicants should have:
> Good grasp of English grammar and have an understanding of principles
> used to market products and services through a web site.
> Good grasp of making a site that works under most browsers
> (IE, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera and Safari).
> Good grasp of modern HTML standards, with the ability to code HTML
> that will render on "ancient" browsers such as Netscape 4.x and
> possibly Lynx.
> I need them to be done using a tool available for OS X or FreeBSD
> so that I can tweak the design later.  That tool should be under
> 1000$ for a license.  No plug-in requirements, specifically No
> flash, but ability to use flash is a plus because it may be used
> at a later date.
> I also need the code done in a modular manner, meaning I should
> be able to do a minimum amount of editing to change a common
> portion of each page.
> Using php or server side includes is acceptable.
> What I'm looking to have done is:
> Home page for Research Engineering Development Inc.
> Description:
> Simple home page, something like:
> http://zbcam.mu.org/www.productionbsd.com/index.php
> It's a consulting company.
> Home page for product ioBoost.
> Description:
> ioBoost is a product engineered to accelerate delivery
> of content through web servers, specifically apache 1.3.
> Please respond privately with:
> o) compensation required
> o) details on tools required
> o) links to examples of works done
> o) resume
> o) references
> I'm well known amongst the FreeBSD and web hosting communities,
> provided a good job is done I will be happy to refer said applicant
> to my own customers.
> Thank you,
> -- 
> - Alfred Perlstein
> - Research Engineering Development Inc.
> - email: bright at mu.org cell: 408-480-4684

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