Hi Paul,

You should have led with that information.

Keys here:  Not time sensitive. Pay competitive rates:  What is your rate?  Be 
upfront with that if you can.

Thanks for clearing things up a bit.



> On Jul 28, 2022, at 12:23 PM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode 
> <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I've hired and managed independent software developers for various businesses 
> for nearly 40 years. I am well aware of the market.
> We pay competitive contract rates. My estimate of time is probably about 
> right for someone who has set up at least 1 or 2 cross-platform LCB DLL 
> wrappers based on decades of estimating IT projects, but it was more meant to 
> suggest the work is something in the scope of many hours to days vs. weeks or 
> months.
> As for job size, if you are a contract developer who has a queue of large 
> jobs providing regular income, good for you. My experience is that many 
> contract developers value non-time sensitive small jobs they can fit in and 
> around larger projects to fill in the inevitable gaps between larger projects 
> that can come up.
> If no one is available or interested, as I said, it is not time sensitive, so 
> we can either wait or tackle it ourselves as time permits.
> Paul Dupuis
> Researchware

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