On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 11:56, bruce <bedoug...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> chris...
> did you read the entire msg.. this isn't/wasn't a hunt for someone for a
> project...
> please re-read..

    It would've been fine even if it was, Bruce.  This is the
"General" list.  As long as it's PHP-related, you're fine.  However,
I'd concur with Stut's note, and add that it's probably not even
practical to do a group retainer --- this is, without undue bias, one
of the best, most diverse, most professional core group of folks in
any developer-focused community on the web today.  It's all a matter
of asking the right questions and taking advantage of the situation -
so long as you're willing to *give back* as well.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris [mailto:dmag...@gmail.com]
> Sent: Monday, April 06, 2009 8:14 PM
> To: bruce
> Cc: php-general@lists.php.net
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Out of the blue question..
> bruce wrote:
>> Hi Ladies/Gents of the list...
>> I've got an issue/question and figured I'd fire it to the list.
>> Over time, I've had a few projects that I've worked on, where I've
> required
>> someone with skills way beyond mine for a given area. And rather than
> spend
>> hours trying to figure it out, I've sometimes hired someone to aid for a
>> very short amount of time..
>> The issues have ranged from serious db optimization, to server security
>> issues, etc...
>> I was wondering, I'm assuming that other developers here have had similar
>> issues. Has anyone thought about doing a group hire of someone with the
>> advanced skills to solve the particular issue for the problem domain.
>> IE if enough people have, or know you're going to have mysql questions...
>> Then we find someone who's good/skilled and more or less have that person
> on
>> retainer for the group. This of course depends on how many people would
> want
>> to use the person's skills, and how often we'd need the person, and other
>> issues...
>> I figured that I'd post here to see what the list thinks/thought.. etc...
> You can post job requests for stuff like this on elance.com,
> rentacoder.com and I'm sure hundreds of other places.
> I don't think this list is the appropriate place for it really but
> that's just my opinion.
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