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My thoughts.. (don't miss the MY there)

PerlMonks is for learning, teaching, sharing. Not hiring. Not contracting.

For one, the work around to get the proposed services for free is to simply throw together any code that resembles an attempt at solving the problem. As soon as most monks see any attempt, they're willing to help in any way possible. This is what makes PerlMonks what it is.

For two, I think it's a great idea for a stand-alone site. Collaborative writers do it all the time. Perhaps "Ghost-Coding"? A site where coders of any language can come and get help with difficult situations, partial programs, and simple workarounds is something that I think would be highly beneficial to both the site/community and the customer.
I dunno.. like I said... just My thoughts..

Oh, and welcome back Zecho... ;)

In reply to Re: Special paid section for 'write me a program' posts by Zecho
in thread Special paid section for 'write me a program' posts by FamousLongAgo

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