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June 11, 2011, 06:21:19 PM
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Hi, I am fascinated by the concept and I would like to do whatever I can programatically to support the project.

Re. my experience: I work in IT as an entrepreneur and mostly have experience with LAMP servers, PHP, MySQL, Wordpress, shell scripting and some ajax/js coding. Our software facilitates live real time auctions which we do in a very light weight thin client environment via a flash bridge that allows for TCP/IP connections OR HTML5 Websockets, if the user's browser permits it.

I also have an account at Experts Exchange through work so I can post tough questions on there if needed, which has helped me out many times actually.

So this is just a post to ask if I can be of any help in general as I familiarize myself with the technology. =)

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June 12, 2011, 01:53:16 AM
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Re. my experience: I work in IT as an entrepreneur and mostly have experience with LAMP servers, PHP, MySQL, Wordpress, shell scripting and some ajax/js coding.

Wordpress?  Have you built any wordpress sites using WP e-Commerce?  There is a growing need for people who can provide assistance to Wordpress users who wish to add Bitcoin as a payment option to their ecommerce site.

  Here's a gateway
  http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin-wp-e-commerce

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June 12, 2011, 08:47:03 PM
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Re. my experience: I work in IT as an entrepreneur and mostly have experience with LAMP servers, PHP, MySQL, Wordpress, shell scripting and some ajax/js coding.

Wordpress?  Have you built any wordpress sites using WP e-Commerce?  There is a growing need for people who can provide assistance to Wordpress users who wish to add Bitcoin as a payment option to their ecommerce site.

  Here's a gateway
  http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin-wp-e-commerce


Awesome, I'll get right on that then Smiley Thanks so much!!
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June 16, 2011, 07:50:14 PM
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Re. my experience: I work in IT as an entrepreneur and mostly have experience with LAMP servers, PHP, MySQL, Wordpress, shell scripting and some ajax/js coding.

Wordpress?  Have you built any wordpress sites using WP e-Commerce?  There is a growing need for people who can provide assistance to Wordpress users who wish to add Bitcoin as a payment option to their ecommerce site.

  Here's a gateway
  http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin-wp-e-commerce


Awesome, I'll get right on that then Smiley Thanks so much!!


Maybe this is something that could be added to the wordpress e-commerce shopping cart.  yeah, just thinking a historical exchange price to purchase chart would be awsome.

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i would so LOVE to build a little wordpress "shop" that accepts only BitCoin as a hobby and further the cause (it would be me selling my gold/silver coins, mostly). however, updating the prices sucks unwashed goat-ass.

if there was a way to make [shop-plugin] make the following, I'd be one happy camper:

a) take the price of something (gold-price, $XAU)
b) look for the vwap of the last X (three?) hours of $BTC-trading across Y exchanges
c) maybe apply some minor math to it (like [$XAU/31,11/$BTC]+0,5BTC)
d) put that shit right next to my krugerrand

and then log in the whole shebang, send the BTC to my safe.wallet.dat (there needs to be the option to supply a list of x BitCoin-Adresses the plugin uses to send the funds to make it less vulnerable), sends out an email with order confirmation, KABOOM! BUSINESS!
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June 17, 2011, 12:14:27 AM
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Hi, I am fascinated by the concept and I would like to do whatever I can programatically to support the project.

Re. my experience: I work in IT as an entrepreneur and mostly have experience with LAMP servers, PHP, MySQL, Wordpress, shell scripting and some ajax/js coding. Our software facilitates live real time auctions which we do in a very light weight thin client environment via a flash bridge that allows for TCP/IP connections OR HTML5 Websockets, if the user's browser permits it.

I also have an account at Experts Exchange through work so I can post tough questions on there if needed, which has helped me out many times actually.

So this is just a post to ask if I can be of any help in general as I familiarize myself with the technology. =)

Best regards,
EJ

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