November 16th, 2011, 08:38 PM
Looking for a project
I'm in my last year of computer science coursework in college, and am looking for a project to get some experience. I'm willing to put in 8-10 hours minimum per week at this point. I love programming and problem solving. I'm more interested in back-end development, but am willing to help out wherever.
If you have or know of a project that might interest me, please let me know.
November 19th, 2011, 10:05 PM
I have a few different ideas for a couple new sites that I'd like to start up. I'd be looking for someone just like yourself with the technical knowledge to start something up.
I don't have any experience in the tech side of things, I'd be looking to give you the ideas to put into action that I can then promote and continue to develop concepts for. I have a few ideas that I believe will be profitable down the road and would love to work with you to get it going.
If your interested let me know, send me a message and I'll shoot you my email there. I can start describing some ideas and you can let me know what you think you could build.
Hope to hear back from you soon. I'd like to get started with some in depth ideas as soon as possible.
November 29th, 2011, 02:41 PM
I'm intrested in more detailed conversations in projects I'm wishing to launch and would apreciate your help let me know if your intrested
November 30th, 2011, 08:02 AM
Our game will eventually be retail, and we offer percentage for compensation.
Once again we are a dedicated team, that is well underway with development (3d models, story, concept art, and sound are pretty much done... we also have someone currently helping with the server architecture)
PM me if you have remotely any interest.
December 8th, 2011, 05:44 PM
Hey! Can you please contact me asap on my e-mail (email@example.com)? I'll pay for doing some project for me, but it's short period of time, so it's important to get in touch asap. Cheers!
January 26th, 2012, 02:40 PM
[I Need Help!!] Recruiting for Navi-X Media Browser
I'm looking to solicit web language developers to contribute their time and effort into a worthwhile project that benefits many people... it's called Navi-X.
As re-posted on our site, Navi-X is a "content aggregator" that provides access to all kinds of multimedia content, listed on a public directory of user contributed listings or playlists for playing on your TV or PC! Users can link to content and playback video, audio, pictures, podcasts, text, rss and html on the internet and share it with people around the world in seconds! Create fully customizable playlists with backgrounds, logos and icons as well as link to your favorite multimedia on the internet or browse the already existing directory of publicly available content, in one sleek, fast and unified application! Navi-X is a multi-platform addon for XBMC and Boxee, popular and free media center applications available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Apple TV and the original Xbox (modified). We also are always looking to put a flavor of Navi-X on any platform we possibly can.
We are also on all jailbroken iPad, iPhone 4 and Apple TVs via XBMC. Someone has made a port of Navi-X to Androids and it's also coming soon GoogleTV. We are also already on Boxee Box's.
We are badly in need of people willing to contribute their time and effort to help us maintain one of the coolest streaming content apps on the internet today. We have an API that relies on PHP, Perl and ASP coders in order to make it so multimedia content of all kinds on the internet is aggregated universally from our open-source community and project. Visit Navi-Xtreme via google to get the docs.
Essentially, our API is called the Navi-X Instructional Processor Language or NIPL for short. Processors and scrapers are written for our API and these scripts provide media playback parameters for a single media entry, normally starting with only the URL of the web page which contains the item. In other words, if a web page has a flash player embedded in it, the processor teaches Navi-X how to emulate that site's flash player to get the media in the page to play in XBMC.
In order to create a processor, the following skills are required to work on "processors" for the project:
- The ability to manually figure out final media URLs and other parameters by hand from the site you're trying to create a processor for
- Writing and understanding regular expressions
- Programming in a “web language” - PHP, Perl, ASP, etc (Not necessary for most processors)
Scrapers are written to simply aggregate a heirarchical tree of data of only multimedia media clips and files from a particular website. The data is then displayed back as a Navi-X compatible playlist.
We are looking for people who can do one, the other or both.
Right now we are having major issues because alot of site administrators recently made changes on their websites and as such have broken accessibility to most of our content.
If anyone is willing to dedicate their time and effort into a truly interesting project, please download a copy of XBMC or Boxee today and check out our app. With what does work, you will certainly get an excellent idea of what our app does and maybe find it in your heart to help the only true open-source public directory of media links available!
Thanks for your consideration
www dot navi-x dot org