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General [WIP] Racing manager web, colaborators required.

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Modding Discussions' started by spark23, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. spark23

    spark23

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    Hi, I'm looking for contributors to develop a PHP+MYSQL website to create racing leagues.
    Features:
    Https://arv187.github.io/PREM-Podium-race-E-manager/
    Demo:
    https://arv187.github.io/PREM-Podium-race-E-manager/#about

    My knowledge in programming are limited (That's why I am just the Project administrator and web designer) and my main programmer is bussy until summer.

    The things to do: https://github.com/arv187/PREM-Podium-race-E-manager/issues.

    If you want to collaborate you need knowledge of php and mysql. Notify by github or ACforum if you are collaborating on some issue so that another person does not make the same "issue".

    Here you have a demo page: http://prem.hol.es/prem/
    Here the wiki: https://github.com/arv187/PREM-Podium-race-E-manager/wiki

    The project is GPL3 there is no intention to be remunerated for collaborating, not its a payment project, or a personal private project. It is a project for all the communities of "assetto corsa", "rfactor" and "life for speed".

    How contributing:

    You can help out with the ongoing development by looking for potential bugs in our code base, solving open issues, or by contributing new features. To contribute something to PREM, simply fork this repository and submit your pull requests for review by other collaborators, Another option is with the messages in the issue section.
    Of course, open does not mean that you can copy and attribute the work.
    The project is mine and the previous author on which is based almost the entire project and also all who collaborate now and in the future (see credits in README).

    Contributing Guide: https://guides.github.com/activities/contributing-to-open-source/

    Thanks you very much!