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Posted 5 Nov 2013I might consider it if the business guy has done some serious work in market research, has good connections to VC's, earlier start-up experience, and/or so on...
And even then only if there's at the very least (significant) equity percentage involved for me, naturally .
Can you show any of the above?
Posted 4 Nov 2013Then can you tell me what i, as a programmer, would recieve for working fulltime for several months (and that's extreme lowball figure for something like facebook), for no direct payment, to create a beta of this website for you?
Posted 31 Oct 2013Can you tell us a bit more about what you are going to do besides suggesting ideas to the developer(s)?
For example since you haven't listed that you need a designer, is that your speciality? Can you show some of your earlier work?
Posted 23 Sep 2013If streaming video is alsom part of the project, that's another big chunk of work. Fun diverse project though .
And i also had an idea this had to do someting about pleasures of the flesh, Bort, but if some people want to sell and other people want to buy, and it doesn't run afoul of the law, let them do as they please, i think.
Posted 23 Sep 2013Since you asked for thoughts, i'll add mine! /> Nonnative speaker, please be gentle...
- About the costs: This will probably be somewhat expensive, since it's lots of custom code; Probably multiple months of fulltime work, so even if you outsource it to India (and i don't think that's a great idea) it will still cost quite a bit. 3 months fulltime for 10 dollars an hour is still more than 5K dollars, and i think that's an extreme lowball figure for both the amount of work and the costs per hour. You get what you pay for!
- I don't understand exactly with "Person authentication: via local bank, credit card". Do you mean something like: Enter your person info and bank account number and (or credit card number) and the website has to contact the bank belonging to that banknumer/cc and verify that the person info you entered matches the bank account number? I honestly doubt any bank would send away their costumers info away to a third party so willingly...
- About the mobile apps: You could let the app interface directly with the website, but i feel it's way cleaner to use SOAP, REST or something similar to transfer data to the app. Less testing for breaking app bugs every time the website changes />. Apps are not cheap either though. It's quite a bit of work and even if you outsource it you still will be set back serveral thousands of dollars if you outsource at the very very least.
- Payments and so on can be handled by specialised businesses. The one i work with is Ogone, and it works quite well. Costs a couple of hundred per month (depending on what you what options you want).
- Similarly, sending bulk sms can be handled by other businesses, like this one. Costs depend a bit on several factors, but it's about 4 dollarcent per sms, or less if you pay a couple of hundred a month for a premium package.
- "Automatic area recognition at user logon" can be created by using an ip-to-location database. These can be bought for a couple of hundred dollars by services like this.
- Please go on with the "etc.." part of your list. Some things that are hidden below the "etc.." mark might be easy to implement, but others might be a lot of work, or straight up impossible. The more you tell the more advice we can give!
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