welcome to the team!
You have already done some great work so far, because starting with
working on the Expression Manager is definitely no easy task, but you
did very well.
Regarding the todo list you mentioned: Please open a new ticket at the
bugtracker for each feature so we can discuss the details there. Of
course, you can send a list of links to this list to invite others.
I am interested to see what you have in mind and I am looking forward
to working together with you in the future.
Dr. Marcel Minke
Head Consultant at Limesurvey-Consulting.com
Owner of the Limesurvey
Head of Support at Limesurvey
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Am 22.07.2013 21:23, schrieb M. Faber:
i am following the project for about a year now, I love it and thought it's
about time I say 'Hi' to you guys.
I am an MD working as a scientist in a epidemiology/public health institute
and this is also where i am planning to use LS.
Programming as a day time job is 15 years ago for me when I was working for
a software company (mostly Shell/C/reports/SQL/little bit Perl). Through LS
I have taken up programming again, focusing on features that I think are
missing in LS and which are essential to my job. It's been a painful process
at first coming to this piece of software and having no experience
whatsoever with HTML, PHP, JS, JQuery, GIT, etc. etc.
I think I'm now slowly getting the hang of many things and I found it great
fun developing again, interacting with the team members I have had the
pleasure with and being able to support others using open source software.
Why I would like to work on the project
Well...most has already been said. Besides for work, for fun and for the
support of great open source: I hope that I do not have to wait so long
anymore before someone merges my pull requests >;p
Tell us in what area you would like to help (coding, patching, support etc.)
To be honest, because of my obligations at work I cannot make any promises
as to what time I can devote to the project. When I do find the time, I
would like to contribute by coding new features (I have my personal todo
list already ;) ) and by complementing the ones that are not yet working
great in all situations....and (for the future) I would like to work on how
to make the LS user interface quicker and more effecient for designing new
surveys. Well, one step after the other... :)
So, again, 'Hi!' and if you have questions, feel free to ask!
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