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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2006 6:49 am Reply with quoteBack to top

If you need a hack, module, block, port or even a converter/custom conversion for Nuke, drop me a line (private message here on Nukecops please). I'd be happy to hear about any jobs, although what I can agree to work on depends on my free time and the size of the task.

Happy to negotiate the costs providing we're both realistic. Previous Nuke and PHPBB work available for your review to demonstrate I can do the job. Note, I have absolutely no artistic ability so although I can modify theme code, please don't ask me to do themes or graphics.

I like to be professional, so all work and costs are agreed up front and written down.

*edit* Just to say I usually dev on 6.9 to 7.6. I don't support 8.0.

Cheers!

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:16 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Thanks for posting.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 17, 2006 10:23 am Reply with quoteBack to top

A little bump, as per new rules

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 11:58 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Just to set people's expectations for this kind of work, as I've had a few enquiries that were a little way off the mark.

Some Nuke work can be done very cheaply and easily - adding a simple hack or mod to Nuke is quick and will usually cost $10 or $20. I can do migrations for $30 or so.

However, developing custom blocks and modules from scratch is not quick! Even though you might have a picture in your head of how the end result should look, if you're not a coder you might not realise just how much code is needed to achieve it (then bugtest it, and make sure it's secure and won't get your site hacked).

To put it in perspective, the forum "Post a reply" editor and the code that turns BBCode into something you can see is about 1,000 lines long. That's just for a text box and some smilies.

So if you want a kick-a55 unique set of modules that integrates with Nuke and provides your users with <insert unique feature here>, I can definitely code it for you. Please just be prepared that it will cost you money.

As a guideline, if the standard Nuke "Reviews" module didn't exist and you asked me to code it, it would cost you perhaps $100 - $200 USD, depending on the features you wanted. But if you wanted the "Feedback" module coded, I could do that for $30.

I know this might be more $ than you were expecting, but please remember: coding is not easy, and coding securely and properly is even harder. I provide a professional service, including contract, references and after-installation support.

If you'd like a quote, please drop me a message - I'd be happy to help. Asking costs nothing!

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