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I've started a project for my daughter's high school to provide them with an open source, web based, school administration system.

Authentication methods, language translation, database access, object methods, templates (themes, access control), javascript, css, web page layout design, graphics and even a smidgen of AJAX (for buzzword effect). Everything you need to pump out a turnkey web application. The project is going well and the school and faculty are 110% behind it, but it's a huge undertaking and I need more help.

90% of my time is wasted making sense out of and converting the data from the school's old system (the conversion program is the single biggest hold up of the project). There are gaps all over the project waiting for a "when I have time" moment. Some gaps are small, some are big. I'm sure there's a gap in there somewhere that would be just perfect for your level of experience and interest. Send me a pm if you're interested.

Always looking for new hands, and that applies to anyone else reading this thread :)

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