sorry for the late answer, I just came back from holiday.
Thanks for your introduction, all this looks very promising. Since
Limesurvey uses the cakePHP framework it is very important to get used
to it. Best is to check the cakephp website and look through the
examples. There are also lots of tutorials in the web. Knowing about
cakePHP is a core requirement to be able to code the logic of the
It's also useful to take a look at the template editor in Limesurvey
1.87 to get an idea of how it currently works and what has to be
improved. Feel free to send some interface design example to our
mailing list to impress me and other team members, just let your ideas
Am 22.03.2010 22:40, schrieb Connor Montgomery:
I wanted to e-mail you for two purposes: First, to introduce
I'm Connor Montgomery (obviously)! I'm an incredibly
enthusiastic Computer Science/MIS student at Saint Louis University.
I've been a freelance web designer/developer for the past three years,
and feel like the experiences I've gained from that would make me a
great candidate for this job.
Secondly, I wanted to express my interest in the idea you are
willing to mentor for this summer's GSoC - the Template Editor.
I have used jQuery for just over two years now, and am very
familiar with it. I feel like I'm incredibly experienced in CSS, and
have very good PHP skills (although I've never worked with CakePHP).
Feel free to check out my personal site: www.connormontgomery.com
With that being said, I definitely put an emphasis on not only a fully
functional web site/app, but a beautiful one.
So, with that being said, I look forward to speaking with you
more as the application process comes closer. I'll be in contact with
you over email (my preferred method) and IRC. I'm looking forward to
hearing from you!