Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on July 11th, 2013 at 3:20 pm
The note below is from Bryan Hance, the Portland resident who created stolenbicycleregistry.com and who created the engine that runs the BikePortland Stolen Bike Listings. Bryan’s system works; but he needs help making it even better and to create code that can be used by other blogs. See his posting below and drop in a line if you know someone who’s interested…
Hi all – I’m looking for some local bikey code nerds, wondering if anyone on SHIFT may be interested or know someone who is:
I run a site (stolenbicycleregistry.com) for listing/searching for stolen bikes – I work with local bloggers, police & campus folks, and various shops to ID and recover stolen bikes. It is often a long shot, but it works.
Interest and traffic has spiked, but my time is tight – so I’m seeking LAMP-ish freelancers – i.e.: site redesign, wordpress plugin & dev
assistance, API dev, mobile app dev.
interested? know someone who may fit the description? please ping me.