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Developers wanted (including XEN)

I'm busy with developing vpspanel, a temporarily replacement for HyperVM, but I will continue developing this panel which runs without HyperVM. But I need some help from you, if you think you can do one of these jobs you may contact me:
  1. Designers
  2. Design slicer
  3. JavaScript developer
  4. PHP developer
  5. OpenVZ knowledge (like rebuild, but also add VPS with different subnets or other things)
  6. XEN knowledge (like rebuild, but also add VPS with different subnets or other things)
  7. C(++) programmer to run commands as root which can be executed with PHP
  8. Linux developer: develops a system/program which runs a HTTP server like Apache or Lighttpd as HyperVM does and check if the service mysqld is running.
  9. Linux developer: develops a installer file which installs every required program (with the virtualization type like OpenVZ or XEN) and the control panel
  10. If you think you can help us and I forgot to list it, please reply or send me a message.
More information about the current panel:

The new panel will be totally new and will not run on the HyperVM database as the current version does. But I also need a XEN developer who knows how to start, boot or rebuild a VPS.

Currently there is no money, so you will not get any fee until we have sold some licenses. The idea behind this is to create a cheap panel as HyperVM is with a lot of features.

If you have questions, you can reply in this topic or send me a message.

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