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From: Medinets, David <david.medinets@co...> - 2003-01-30 19:43:42
>From Craig Dickson:
>As the old adage goes - "you get what you pay for". XDoclet is FREE, so
>either enjoy it and use it as it is, or stop complaining and help make =
Are there xdoclet consultants who can hack the source? I'm willing to =
pay for help to save time.=20
From: Marcus Brito <pazu@an...> - 2003-01-30 19:56:47
Medinets, David wrote:
> Are there xdoclet consultants who can hack the source? I'm willing to pay for help to save time.
What do you need? Well, I think that every developer are somehow
avaiable for consulting.
From: Konstantin Priblouda <kpriblouda@ya...> - 2003-01-31 09:53:09
--- "Medinets, David" <david.medinets@...>
> >From Craig Dickson:
> >As the old adage goes - "you get what you pay for".
> XDoclet is FREE, so
> >either enjoy it and use it as it is, or stop
> complaining and help make it
> Are there xdoclet consultants who can hack the
> source? I'm willing to pay for help to save time.
Basically every developer of xdoclet is potentially
available to do this. ( Me no more, since I'm
permanently employed now. But you can always book me
through my company )
I suppose there is a lot of other people on the list
who could do this, but are not committers.
Konstantin Priblouda ( ko5tik ) Freelance Software developer
< http://www.pribluda.de > < play java games -> http://www.yook.de >
< render charts online -> http://www.pribluda.de/povray/ >
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