[wp-hackers] Call for Plugin Developer

Callum Macdonald lists.automattic.com at callum-macdonald.com
Mon Mar 19 04:45:01 GMT 2007

Hi Jason,

If you're looking for commercial help, I'd be happy to discuss further 



jason switzer wrote:
> I was hoping I could find someone to develop a plugin that I'd like to 
> see
> (it may not even have to be a plugin, just a page). I don't have the 
> time to
> develop this myself, so I was looking for someone to do the ground work.
> I've never been overly fond of the basic photography plugins available 
> as it
> requires the web server to do the work. The user has to upload the images
> and let the plugin do the grunt work. I serve my site from a self-managed
> machine because it's easier to maintain. I also have a very powerful 
> desktop
> machine that can handle my image processing needs. I want to use f-spot
> (more on this later) to manage my image library because it has many of 
> the
> features I want (such as tagging, searching, metadata browser) in an
> interface that is no where near as clunky as most web based gallery 
> engines.
> I posted a bug to the f-spot bugzilla about the details on what could be
> done. You can see the bug here:
> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=412023
> This is just a starting point as I think this could be expanded to 
> work with
> other desktop image management programs (such as digikam or whatever 
> Abobe
> sells). Basic HTML export functionality usually sucks as I want this to
> nicely incorporate into my Wordpress blog. This could even be extended to
> have a defined system in which to interact with these desktop plugin
> managers and they could have export plugins written specifically for 
> them.
> If anyone out there has any interest in this, please drop me a line.
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