I am looking to have someone rewrite the J2SE program that displays the Synclecron program seen at [url removed, login to view] .
See [url removed, login to view] to use your own Flash version of the Synclecron in order to see (by left-clicking on Qt) what the Synclecron looks at your location over twenty-fours for your location. And to see where the day and night circles are supposed to be for a given point in conventional time.
I am ALSO looking to have rewritten the server-based JSP add-on program rrunning on Linux TomCat seen at http://gty.me. There are some bugs in this version which uses the one above. Note: you need to double-click to get back from [url removed, login to view]; and 2) on [url removed, login to view], the day and night circles are a few hours behind where they need to be as compared with the ones you find at GTyme.org. Note2: after you enter the data for your longitude and latitude at [url removed, login to view], use "-" for longitude W and latitude S.
All existing source code will be provided to approved candidate(s) before final decision. Note3: Keep everything as simple as possible, and document everything so someone else can add any enhancements if you do not want to do more in the future.