We're new to this GAF process, but paid the $25 fee for a featured listing. We have some web addresses etc listed not in an attempt to bypass the commission (that the $25 fee is supposed to cancel?) but to provide clarity to the job description. If there are any contact issues that we've unintentionally violated, please let me know.
We are looking for a programmer that is very experienced with OSC for a longterm working relationship.
We have an OSCommerce webpage running ([url removed, login to view]) that we want to have moved to a new server on [url removed, login to view] while the existing one is still running. On Godaddy, you will have to set up three (3)copies of the osc. One for the live version that customers use, one for a testing / staging environment and the last one as a hack it up development environment.
After all 3 OSC's are setup on godaddy, we have a list of 31 fixes and changes to our existing OSC that we want done. The list is online at [url removed, login to view] If you have any questions about anything on the list, please contact me for clarification.
Thanks for reading and for your consideration.
It appears that some bidders actually believed that the average bid was $50000+. Contrary to the RFQ specifying a flat rate, a few bidders offered their hourly rate in their comments and put $999999 for their bid, which of course made the average bid no longer have any reality.
The bids that we are considering have no relevance to the inflated average bid figure shown on the job. Therefore bids should be based on your estimate to do the job and not on the average bid.