The aim of the work is to create a webbased-dictionary. I have chosen Ruby on Rails to be the most fitting environment for this. Searching words will be more complex and so I devided the work flow into modules (practically methods), with each following only one aim. For I need to concentrate on more than just code-writing or finding the best solutions for a problem, I need someone eager to help me with writing small methods when I need them. This first step is to write up to 20 of them during the next month. The coder will always get to know the sources, the method can use, what I expect it to do and what I need as an outcome.
You will mostly work in the Controller, but I will connect the modules You deliver. You have to use the RoR-Version I suggest, what is actually the most recent one. Plug-Ins and libraries we use appart from each other have to be cleared before starting to work. I can not provide the full flow sheet right in the beginning, so You sometimes have to be patient. This is no full-time-job.
You do not have to program the tests, but write documentation on the code You provide.