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Looking for a partner to maintain whatever origin #12

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ripper234 opened this issue Nov 2, 2014 · 7 comments
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Looking for a partner to maintain whatever origin #12

ripper234 opened this issue Nov 2, 2014 · 7 comments

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@ripper234
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@ripper234 ripper234 commented Nov 2, 2014

I have not been maintaining whateverorigin.org for a while, but it is in production use.

(Google Analytics Data).

I am looking for someone to join as a full partner in the project. She will take full responsibility to operations of the website and adding new features as needed.

In response she will get "50% ownership" of the website.

Note that currently the website is a fully non-profit project, it doesn't earn any revenue nor does it cost anything to run, so this is purely theoretical at this point. However it can be a fun experience for someone who wants to learn to operate a production website.

(Just see the issues people open over the years - this website has its userbase).

if you're interested, please post a followup on this github issue.

@stefek99
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@stefek99 stefek99 commented Mar 21, 2015

I think the site has potential. What is the best way to contact you?

mstefanow@gmail.com

@ripper234
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@ripper234 ripper234 commented Mar 21, 2015

I sent you an email. Generally I'm available at chiefninjaofficer@gmail.com

@ghost
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@ghost ghost commented Jun 12, 2015

May I suggest, limtaesu/alloworigin for an alternative.
I would maintain whateverorigin.org, but I'm not too experience with Java,
so I had no choice but to run my own in Django.

@kres0345
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@kres0345 kres0345 commented Nov 8, 2018

"she"? :D

@ripper234
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@ripper234 ripper234 commented Nov 9, 2018

Well, I guess "they" is more appropriate.
The offer is gender neutral of course.

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@kres0345 kres0345 commented Nov 9, 2018

Sorry, I am just picky :)

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