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Old 08-30-2002, 05:02 PM
johnwelch johnwelch is offline
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Code for us, get hosting

Hey guys,

We started a hosting business a few months ago and need some programming from time to time.

We run several servers with 900+ customers currently, and our reliability and uptime is impeccable.

In order to minimize cash-flow problems, we are offering reliable web hosting on any of our Unix or Windows servers running CPanel or Ensim for linux, Ensim for Windows, and regular clean FreeBSD accounts in exchange for programming.

All hosting features are negotiable (Diskspace/bandwidth/# accounts/reseller features).

If you have excellent coding experience in any of the following, AND have the time to code, contact me.
(Please: no "i can edit code but cant create my own code".

Only those with good ACTUAL coding experience:
- perl, cgi
- php
- c/c++

All projects are small-medium sized and can (and should) be completed first beta stage within hours to 1-3 days.

Types of coding we'd ask you to do (examples):
- Create miscellaneous cgi scripts such as uptime, quota, diskspace, to be viewed by user accounts via the web.
- Modify our affilliate tracking software (cgi/perl) to suit our needs.
- Modify a current billing system to suit our needs (such as

Our company colocates servers all across the US and we have great uptime, reliability, live tech support and excellent customer service.

Staying anonymous for now,
Update: is my contact

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Old 08-30-2002, 09:13 PM
AntiSpamHosts AntiSpamHosts is offline
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You should offer pay, you will get better replies that way.

And don't say you cant afford it with over 900 customers.

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Old 08-30-2002, 11:06 PM
anantatman anantatman is offline
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lmao, seriously look into getting staff..

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Old 08-31-2002, 07:13 AM
zRedDice zRedDice is offline
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You know... your first item can be done with a very simple MRTG script which you can DOWNLOAD for free online.


Old 08-31-2002, 11:21 AM
dynamitehost dynamitehost is offline
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I don't get it.... why are you guys having a go at him?

Old 08-31-2002, 11:29 AM
Allwin A Allwin A is offline
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I agree with you dynamitehost. Its a simple Job offer/request. Interested participants will take advantage of it.



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