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czaveri

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Quote Requested
« on: March 28, 2006, 03:08:04 pm »

Hi,

I need to:

1. Install Coppermine
2. Integrate with Site Layout
3. Install OSCommerce
4. Integrate Coppermine with OSCommerce, wherein I can specify the Print Size, Texture, Type, and Rate corresponding to the Size-Texture-Type combination
5. I must be able to use the same OSCommerce installation to sell other products too
6. Install and Integrate phpBB with OSCommerce + Coppermine
6. Coppermine, OSCommerce and phpBB users should share the same database - so a user does not have to register for all
7. Once logged into Coppermine, the user must not be required to login again in OSCommerce or phpBB
8. A non-privileged user account with shell access on a system running CentOS will be available for the above.
9. I will need to be instructed on what modules, or other dependencies will be required as no new installation of Apache must be done.
10. I would need documentation on how it was accomplished, in case, I need to re-install the whole thing again.

Background:

This is for an Online Print Shop (that I want to start to generate some additional revenue), wherein the site visitors can upload their images and share them free - but if they want to print them then I receive the order. Besides prints, I intend to sell some photogoods using OSCommerce. phpBB may be used by users to discuss Photography and related subjects.

What I can spend:

Kindly quote along with time required. I do Linux Administration for a living and have a family background in Photography. If the quote is higher than what I am paid, then I will want to spend time on it :) else if the quote is equal or less than the amount I make, it is your order.  ;)

Thank-you,

Chintan Zaveri.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2006, 04:01:42 pm by GauGau »
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Re: Quote Requested
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2006, 09:21:17 pm »

No response?  :'(    :o 
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Re: Quote Requested
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2006, 09:06:49 pm »

2. Integrate with Site Layout
If I was a freelancing web worker and would be interessted in this, it would be mandatory to see what the current design looks like to be able to decide. In other words: post a link


3. Install OSCommerce
4. Integrate Coppermine with OSCommerce, wherein I can specify the Print Size, Texture, Type, and Rate corresponding to the Size-Texture-Type combination
5. I must be able to use the same OSCommerce installation to sell other products too
6. Install and Integrate phpBB with OSCommerce + Coppermine
6. Coppermine, OSCommerce and phpBB users should share the same database - so a user does not have to register for all
7. Once logged into Coppermine, the user must not be required to login again in OSCommerce or phpBB
hasn't been done before afaik, so a new bridge file would have to be created. Not an easy task.

Quite a lot you ask. There are only a few people who are capable to do what you're looking for imo. More information would be needed.
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Re: Quote Requested
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2006, 01:17:09 pm »

And may be not just bridge file but changes in core code of osCommerce as well since you not only want to share users but sell pictures too...
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