Don't know ... but i never ever saw a request like this on the list before,
if that is what you mean.

But the ppl on this list are mostly developers and most of them including
me. We don't buy we make :) (at least we try to :)
I understand your frustration. 
But what you could do:
1 try to sell it to various host which provide nuke support. There are
several noted on the nuke site. 
2 release a limited version.
3 release a full version but demand a link to your site (more traffic could
mean more customers
4 contribute to the open source soceity
5 try to sell it to a developer

1. If want to sell this is the place to do it!
2. Very difficult, and mostly annoy ppl 
3. Nice thought but usually ppl don't give credit where the credit belongs
4. YEAH!!! :)
5. We need a demo first with some example coding in how to use it, things
like that (btw i am not interrested i don't use nuke)

I think that this are your options.... 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vincent - D. Ertner [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 11:55 PM
> To: php
> Subject: [PHP] modDb Contribution
> Hi PHPers,
> > in late 2001 I had a customer that was interested in a kind of
> > universal (my)SQL module for PHPNuke / phpWebsite. Thus I 
> ordered the
> > development and - as fair as life is - the customer went 
> straight into
> > bankruptcy.
> > 
> > Now I have a first beta of "modDb" - as we call it - and almost no
> > need to push it further. At least - kind fellows - the programmers
> > offered to do some additional work on modDb.
> > 
> > Now ... to keep a long story short ... which is the best 
> way to bring
> > this to a kind of happy end? Where could I contribute it? On the one
> > hand I would love to contribute it under GPL - on the other hand it
> > cost something ...
> > 
> > Please let me in on your thoughts about this matter! Thanx 
> in advance
> > ...
> is it unusual to ask this kind of question? Please let me know ...
> -- 
> Cheers,
> Vince
>  '''
>  τΏτ
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