[Israel.pm] Fw: [Perl Jobs] Perl tutorial/article writers. (telecommute), Serbia & Montenegro, Serbia, Belgrade

Issac Goldstand margol at beamartyr.net
Mon Sep 13 01:48:26 PDT 2004


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Subject: [Perl Jobs] Perl tutorial/article writers. (telecommute), Serbia & 
Montenegro, Serbia, Belgrade


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> Posted: September 11, 2004
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> Job title: Perl tutorial/article writers.
>
> Company name: Alex
>
> Location: Serbia & Montenegro, Serbia, Belgrade
>
> Travel: 0%
>
> Terms of employment: Independent contractor (project-based)
>
> Hours: Flexible
>
> Onsite: no
>
> Description:
> This is not a clasic job posting.
> I'm looking for people that would work for free.
>
> Want to lunch a Perl related website. Something as mix of all sites that
> offer Perl tips/tutorials/articles, but that would be especialy targeting
> beginers.
>
> Access would be free for all. That's why I cnt pay you.
>
> Maybe later, we could organise the content in forms of e-books or pdf
> documents that can be downloaded and printed wihtout having to download 
> one
> (article/tutorial) by one. And make people pay some small fees for that
> (few bucks).
>
> Then we would agree on how to invest the money (or share it among us :).
>
> But my primary goal is not to earn money with this. But to get as many new
> people to Perl as possible.
>
> Site would especialy be targeted to CGI/mod_perl programming - as I know
> that best. But other things like GUI (TK and others) would also be on it,
> if we find someone who will write that things.
>
> I also want to replace the bunch of old code out there (like reading form
> field via foreach statement and similar things) and promote good Perl
> programming stily from the first steps.
>
> Required skills: Just knowing some Perl ... :)
>
> Contact information:
> webmaster at NOSPAMtechcode.net - just remove NOSPAM from the email 
> offcourse.
> And please put JOBSPERL in subject somewhere.
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>
>
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