Subject: Re: Hi guys, new PHP coder
From: "Alex Rousskov" <rousskov@measurement-factory.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 10:06:51 -0600

Justin,

	I hope that with Mike's help we will be able to get the first version  
running this week so that we can simplify/tune the design further, based  
on the initial experience and feedback. Please let me know if you need  
more info/help.

Thank you,

Alex.

On Mon, 2005/04/11 (MDT), <jclift@digitaldistribution.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> Before we get into the coding of the license wizard/guide, I'm swapping  
> myself out for Mike Williams, one of my trusted guys.
>
> He's into PHP (wrote a book on it), Python (wrote a book on that too),  
> Debian, and many other bits and pieces.
>
> He'll be doing the actually coding, and I'll be waving from the  
> sidelines. :)
>
> Mike, I've forwarded you about 58 or 59 emails, being the relevant  
> conversation on list and off list.  It should give you enough background  
> to get a feel for what's needed.
>
> Alex has an idea/approach for using weightings in the license guide that  
> sounds practical, so you should go with his approach unless it turns out  
> to not be workable after all.
>
> In the later emails (forwarded) he's given decent amounts of lower level  
> detail, and in the last few emails he's included an example weighting  
> file from memory.
>
> If you have any questions, these guys are quite open and friendly to  
> being asked, and you know you can always ask me stuff too.
>
> We still need to work out with Brian Behlendorf <brian@collab.net> a  
> test server for the site, and personally I feel it's a good idea to get  
> that sorted out early on, to avoid future hassles.
>
> :)
>
> Regards and best wishes,
>
> Justin Clift
>