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Yes, you read it right. I bet you $100 (US), you can't integrate paypal with jobberbase, and post it here in the forum for all to use. It should allow prices and other account info to be edited in the admin pannel, and allow additional pricing for a 'spotlight job.'
Why am I betting?
Well, I'm betting all of you, because people need incentives to get things going. I'm tired of all of these cock teases who keep posting "I've made this paypal module, that does everything you want.... ....Would anyone be interested?" Err... what do you think, Sherlock? If you got it, post it. If you want to sell it, sell it. But don't be a prick about it. Put up or shut up.
It seems like so much of the forward development of jobberbase is being held back by people who don't want to share code. My solution - I'll gladly pay whoever to make some much wanted modifications. If anyone else would like to sweeten the deal, feel free to pile on.
But how long do I have to post the solution?
I will send $100 to the first person who posts an actual working solution (JB v1.8), for paypal integration. You have 10 days from this post to post it.
PS If you're a day or two late, I'll make an exception.
PPS I have other things I'd like to see done. If you'd like to make some money AND help out this OPEN SOURCE CODE, reply to this thread, and let me know what you have in mind. I've got a few Benjies that I'm more than happy to pass out to people who develop some much needed modules/hacks/plugins/wtfever.
Seems 10 days have passed.
Yea, and I can't say I didn't see that one coming. I was hoping that someone was just sitting on some code, and would post it for an easy $100 buckaroos.
I'm happy to extend this offer to the first person to post the solution.
I'm going to be hiring an intern this summer, who I'll put to work on jobberbase durring any downtime. I'll post all of that code here. Jobber base is a great open source foundation for lots of us to "stimulate the economy."
Last edited by Tom (2010-02-05 00:25:13)
RedJumpSuit has instructions on his website on how to do this which are very straight forward
If it works for you, show your appreciation by 'buying him a coffee' / donating on his site