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Fwd: Front-end Web Developer Position (full-time, freelance)

From: James Nylen 
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I was contacted about a remote job opportunity for a JavaScript (React.js)
developer in the event registration and ticketing space.  Sounds like a
good gig, but I already have one of those :)

Additional notes from Garth - please contact him at garth@eventespresso.com
if you're interested:

> Some developers shy away from our requirements. But if we find the right
React developer then we can find some design resources to help them if they
are not familiar with Photoshop/Illustrator, etc. So you can pass that
along as well.  This position will be the "React expert" for our
development team that orients our core php developers with React. They know
JS, just not React specifically.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Garth Koyle 
Date: Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 5:50 PM
Subject: Front-end Web Developer Position (full-time, freelance)
To: jnylen@gmail.com


Hello James,


We are looking for a full-time front-end freelance web developer. I found
your information on GitHub and I wonder if you have the right experience
and would be interested?


We build applications for online event registration and ticketing. Our core
product is an extension (plugin) for WordPress which we sell services for
both as a plugin and SaaS.


We are building an event directory that aggregates these events from
thousands of event publishers' self-hosted websites and our SaaS platform.
We want to add a front-end web developer to the team who can help with
UI/UX projects such as this event directory. In addition we plan to spend
some time improving the UI/UX of our core product by enhancing the default
WordPress interfaces and then building a fully custom JS UI. We also have
two brand websites that could use some updating. But, the event directory
will be the first priority.


We need someone with the following experience:

   - *Advanced**:* Photoshop/Illustrator, HTML, CSS, Javascript (React),
   and jQuery, Object Oriented Programming
   - *Intermediate or Beginner**: *PHP, MySQL, WordPress/WordPress CLI,
   Version Control (git)


We give our staff a lot of autonomy, but we are also very collaborative.
You must be focused and self-motivated, have solid planning skills, and
basic marketing and customer skills.


Compensation depends on experience. Again, this is a freelance,
full-time opportunity (~30-40 hours a week).


If you are interested in knowing more, please reply with some examples of
your work and we can set a time to talk.


Thank you,

Garth Koyle

Event Espresso / Event Smart

Email: garth@eventespresso.com

Website: http://eventespresso.com ,
https://eventsmart.com

Got this today, if anyone interested: NBA.com Web Developer

From: kitepilot@kitepilot.com
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Message below, please contact me privately and I'll hand you the contact 
information.
ET 


Today a Senior Web Developer contract assignment opened with a Media Giant 
in Atlanta, Georgia.  Experience developing large Web Sites for UNIX/Linux 
guarantees an interview. 

Title:  Senior Web Developer
Location:  Techwood Campus Downtown
Type:  Contract Assignment
Duration:  Multi-year
Rate:  $Up to $70/hour
Available Now!  On-Site Only! 

In this assignment, you will work with a large group of passionate 
technology enthusiasts with great opportunities to experience the challenges 
and rewards of developing one of the largest sports websites in the world, 
NBA.com and its associated team sites. Opportunity exists for career growth, 
to work with a large cutting edge suit of web technologies in a casual but 
professional atmosphere. 

The projects include web analytics, streaming video, live scoring, 
template-driven publishing, design implementation, prototyping, social media 
integration, and automated syndication of content. The technology stack is a 
mix of platforms developed in-house, as well as an ever-increasing 
commitment to open source technologies:  HTML, DHTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML 
and PHP. 

This is a highly visible role that will expand your career and professional 
expertise.

ISPConfig

From: Unkmar 
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Anyone setup ISPConfig and get it to work?

I strongly suspect I have one small problem preventing the entire mess from
working.  2 or 3 small changes of a few files should have it all working.
This is a ambitious collection that should just work and it just doesn't.
Made worse by my lack of experience setting up any of the components used.
Okay, not all of them.  I do have experience with Apache, PHP, and MySQL.
I don't have experience with BIND, Postfix, dovecot, mailhunter,  rkhunter,
spamassassin, clamav, fail2ban, jailkit, SquirrelMail.

I've been having problems with TLS postfix dovecot.
I know that doesn't exactly make sense.  I can say that I don't have errors
with postfix or dovecot prior to installing ISPConfig.  In fact, ISPConfig
is the very last thing of the long list of items that Install without
errors appearing in /var/log/*
Once ISPConfig is installed, I start getting errors.

I'll be investigating the long ISPConfig script that is clearly not meant
to be dissected.  I strongly suspect the problem occurs during the SSL key
and certificate creation that I simply don't need.  Yeah, I plan to use
SSL.  I already have a key and signed certification.  The automated script
simply breaks what I already have in place.

Lucius L. Hilley III - unkmar

OT: Looking for New Opportunities

From: Lee Walker 
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Will,
Sorry to see Supply Hog go down.
If I was recruiting right now, I'd have you in a heartbeat.

For those on the list that are recruiting, Will is a superb developer,
you'd be lucky to have him.


Lee


On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 7:14 PM, Wil Wade  wrote:
> I am officially looking for new opportunities. If anyone knows of someone
> wanting a developer remote or here in Chattanooga. (How can I leave a town
> that makes it possible to get 10 Gig Internet to my house?)
>
> Basic me: I solve problems, most often with code (once so far with a roller
> conveyer).
>
> What code? Web stuff mostly. PHP mostly currently, but I've done some
> Android, GoLang, etc...
>
> Resume link: http://wilwade.github.io/resume.pdf
>
> GitHub: http://github.com/wilwade
>
> LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/willmwade
>
> Email: willmwade@gmail.com
>
> Wil
>
> 

OT: Looking for New Opportunities

From: Wil Wade 
------------------------------------------------------
I am officially looking for new opportunities. If anyone knows of someone
wanting a developer remote or here in Chattanooga. (How can I leave a town
that makes it possible to get 10 Gig Internet to my house?)

Basic me: I solve problems, most often with code (once so far with a roller
conveyer).

What code? Web stuff mostly. PHP mostly currently, but I've done some
Android, GoLang, etc...

Resume link: http://wilwade.github.io/resume.pdf

GitHub: http://github.com/wilwade

LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/willmwade

Email: willmwade@gmail.com

Wil

NexTBSD? Apple & NextStep guys build their own BSD

From: Rod-Lists 
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http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news

Linux job postings, 3 positions in Chattanooga.

From: Jason Brown 
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Hey guys!

I have three positions to fill at ARS immediately!  Two are re-posts and
I'm adding the Linux Sysadmin position to the list.

Linux Systems / Network Administrator

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a PHP Application Developer. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

Networking, subnetting, VPN technologies
Linux, Apache, Nginx, Bash, Systems Monitoring
Server virtualization, infrastructure as code, continuous integration
Source control systems, git, svn, etc
Cloud based services and APIs
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management
Some PHP / Web development experience is also helpful


PHP Application Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a PHP Application Developer. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

PHP, MySQL, MongoDB, Javascript, JQuery, HTML, CSS
Web applications built on modern frameworks, we use Symfony2 and Doctrine
Source control systems, git and svn
Cloud based services and APIs
NoSQL technologies such as MongoDB and Redis
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management


DevOps / IAAS Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a DevOps / IAAS Administrator. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

Networking, subnetting, VPN technologies
Linux, Apache, Nginx, Bash, Systems Monitoring
Server virtualization, infrastructure as code, continuous integration
Source control systems, git, svn, etc
Cloud based services and APIs
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management
Some PHP / Web development experience is also helpful

How to apply:
     Please send a resume and salary requirements to dev.jobs@thinkars.com.
Applicants including examples of previous work and/or open source
contributions will be given first consideration.

About ARS
With over 250 employees across our Illinois, Michigan and Tennessee
offices, we=E2=80=99re known for focusing on client service, results and an
unending love of creativity. We work with with some of America=E2=80=99s mo=
st
beloved brands: Sears, Walmart, P&G, Whirlpool, Craftsman, Kimberly-Clark,
Maytag, PBS Kids and many more.

Benefits & Perks:
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, personal & more)
Pre-tax insurance benefits, including medical, dental and vision
Company-paid life insurance
401K match & vesting plan
Discounted prices on appliances and electronics


Jason Brown

Job opportunity in NYC

From: Nate Hill 
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I miss you, Chattanooga!

I know I'm opening myself up to ridicule by posting a job in NYC on
Chugalug, but hey I can live with that.

I'm up here in NY running the Metropolitan New York Library Council now,
and I'm hiring a Digital Services Coordinator.  This is a *really cool*
opportunity.  I'm looking for a developer with some chops, but also someone
who can organize folks and help create collaborations, collisions, and
opportunities between digital library projects and the rest of the civic
activist / arts / creative technology communities.  Info below.

#############

http://metro.org/jobs/digital-services-coordinator-metro/

The Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) is seeking qualified
applicants for the position of Digital Services Coordinator.

The Digital Services Coordinator will support Digital Culture of
Metropolitan New York (DCMNY), an online collection hosting service for
members of the Metropolitan New York Library Council. DCMNY is currently
powered by Islandora; the Digital Services Coordinator will need to be
comfortable with Linux, Fedora Commons, Drupal, and custom PHP
modifications. The ideal candidate will be confident with this technology
stack and is up to date on other frameworks and repository solutions (e.g.
Apache SOLR, Ruby/Rails, Blacklight, Hydra). She or he will make
recommendations and lead a migration to a different platform should this be
advantageous.

METRO=E2=80=99s staff of 15+ people hosts classes and events for our member=
ship.
The Digital Services Coordinator will also collaborate with the METRO staff
to maintain the technical infrastructure for the office and community
space. This support includes but is not limited to: wireless network, VOIP
network, hardware/software support, technology purchasing, and Google apps.

Finally, the Digital Services Coordinator will have an outward-facing role
at METRO; she or he will engage with the New York/Westchester technology
community beyond the library world. Civic hacking, big data, data literacy,
physical computing, the IoT, and gigabit fiber networks are topics that
should get you excited and light you up with new ideas. This outward-facing
role will lead to new initiatives, new opportunities, and new perspectives
at METRO. The Digital Services Coordinator will be central to their design
and implementation.

The ideal candidate is a curious, creative, and communicative technologist
who will be responsible for supporting and developing a wide variety of
services at METRO. Vision and leadership come from all levels of this lean
organization, so the ideal Digital Services Coordinator will combine
humility and grace with expertise and authority. She or he identifies as a
capable programmer and believes in beautiful, concise, and well-commented
code.

The Digital Services Coordinator will have some opportunity to work
remotely, but will need to be on site regularly in our space on 11th street
in Manhattan as well. METRO is a fun and collaborative workplace full of
energy and enthusiasm.

METRO offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Salary is
commensurate with experience.

METRO is an equal opportunity employer. To apply, please send a .pdf copy
of your resume and cover letter along with any other material you would
like considered part of your application to info@metro.org

.



About METRO

METRO is the largest of nine library councils in the state of New York,
with METRO serving all of New York City and Westchester County. These
councils were founded in the 1960s to facilitate the sharing of resources
between different types of libraries and archives: academic, public, art,
museum, corporate, and more. In the past, programmatic efforts have been
primarily focused on the discovery and delivery of physical materials.
Today, METRO is increasingly oriented toward the digital, in work ranging
from collaborative digitization projects that engage our diverse membership
to the administration of the Empire State Digital Network, a service hub of
the Digital Public Library of America. In addition, METRO offers a wide
variety of classes, lectures, events, and other professional development
activities.

METRO aims to serve as a laboratory and experimental space for our growing
membership, combining new developments in librarianship with emerging
technologies drawn from parallel fields. The Digital Services Coordinator
will help drive this innovation.

--=20
Nate Hill

FreePBX Call Recording Issue (Stephen Kraus)

From: Justin McAteer 
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Could be that the call is being setup with media directly between the phone=
s. What type of interface are you using for your external calls?
Thanks=2C=0A=

Justin McAteer=0A=

(256) 694-9195


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Job postings, PHP Dev and DevOps.

From: Jason Brown 
------------------------------------------------------
Hi guys, we are expanding the dev / IT team and have some new positions to
fill.

PHP Application Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a PHP Application Developer. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

PHP, MySQL, MongoDB, Javascript, JQuery, HTML, CSS
Web applications built on modern frameworks, we use Symfony2 and Doctrine
Source control systems, git and svn
Cloud based services and APIs
NoSQL technologies such as MongoDB and Redis
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management

DevOps / IAAS Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a DevOps / IAAS Administrator. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

Networking, subnetting, VPN technologies
Linux, Apache, Nginx, Bash, Systems Monitoring
Server virtualization, infrastructure as code, continuous integration
Source control systems, git, svn, etc
Cloud based services and APIs
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management
Some PHP / Web development experience is also helpful

How to apply:
     Please send a resume and salary requirements to dev.jobs@thinkars.com.
Applicants including examples of previous work and/or open source
contributions will be given first consideration.


About ARS
     With over 250 employees across our Illinois, Michigan and Tennessee
offices, we=E2=80=99re known for focusing on client service, results and an
unending love of creativity. We work with with some of America=E2=80=99s mo=
st
beloved brands: Sears, Walmart, P&G, Whirlpool, Craftsman, Kimberly-Clark,
Maytag, PBS Kids and many more.

Benefits & Perks:
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, personal & more)
Pre-tax insurance benefits, including medical, dental and vision
Company-paid life insurance
401K match & vesting plan
Discounted prices on appliances and electronics

Jason Brown

Internship/Job

From: Tyler Mittan 
------------------------------------------------------
Hi fellow Chugs (not sure about that nickname),

I just got done at Cleveland State Community College and will be attending
either the University of Rochester or Case Western Reserve University
(haven't decided yet) majoring in Comp Sci.. I need a summer job to save up
for the move, but would prefer that it be in a closer related field to my
major than say, retail or food service. I am very comfortable with HTML,
CSS, and for the most part, jQuery. I understand, but haven't written
anything yet in PHP. Along with that, I had a class in C++, but haven't
really been able to implement anything like that in web design, but it does
help me understand things like arrays, loops, if/else statements, etc. I am
willing to work on a "contractual" basis, meaning I realize that my limited
experience in a very competitive market and am therefore I am willing to
work for below the minimum wage (hence why we'd need to make it to where I
am a "contractor"). Honestly, I really *want* the experience and *NEED*
money for the move up there. Please let me know if you know of anything
available or are willing to take a chance on me. Thanks!

Tyler

A good find --> Sub-$20 802.11n USB WiFi Adapter That's Linux Friendly

From: Phil Shapiro 
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http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=panda-20-wifi&num=1 

-- 

-- 
Phil Shapiro, pshapiro@his.com 
http://www.his.com/pshapiro/briefbio.html 
http://www.twitter.com/philshapiro 
http://www.his.com/pshapiro/stories.menu.html 

"Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates 
"Learning happens thru gentleness." 

Android without Google?

From: James Nylen 
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I'd like to run my Android phone without any proprietary Google services,
or as few as possible.  I want control over what servers my phone is
sending data to, and why.  Is anyone doing something similar?
Here's what I've got so far:

Most custom ROMs (Cyanogen, AOKP) separate the google apps installation
from the main OS, so you can just skip that step.

The number 1 thing I miss with this setup is Google Maps.  Right now I have
an old version that I saved and restored using Titanium Backup
.  Number two is probably YouTube,
I have it set up the same way.  Most of YouTube's network requests flow
through Android system processes, which is a little scary to me.

For contact and calendar syncing to my server I use OwnCloud
, and for media syncing Titanium Media Sync
.

F-Droid Marketplace  works pretty well as a Google
Play alternative for FOSS apps.  There are a couple of potential solutions
for grabbing apps from the Play Store without having it installed:

   - https://github.com/egirault/googleplay-api
   - http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/

There's also NOGAPPS
 which was a
project to stub out some of the Google frameworks that many apps depend on,
but it looks mostly discontinued.
Thoughts?

Chugalug Digest, Vol 31, Issue 81

From: "Kite, Mike" 
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Thanks Lynn and Meuon.

Putting a pipe between domain and user bears the same bitter fruit :(

It's an OEL6 server, which I think, is pretty close, in this case, to RHEL6.

It does indeed have the return code -6 in /var/log/messages when trying to CIFS mount it.
And I may as well just keep trying smbmount rather than smbget, simply because I'll need to put files there as well as get them.

I'm trying to find the Red Hat article you mention, though this machine does not have a  /etc/request-key.d/ folder.  I do have a Red Hat portal account, I'm trying to recover my pwd to that now.

Thanks
mkite


Small job

From: David White 
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I'd like to consider hiring someone to help me write a program that will be
used on my mail server. I may decide to write the whole thing myself in
PHP, but this isn't the type of work I do best.

I have a MySQL database, mail, with 3 tables: 1 for virtual users, 1 for
virtual aliases (forwards), and 1 for virtual users (actual users on the
system that receive email).

Each table has a primary key value of the domain ID, and the aliases &
users table also have individual primary key IDs.

I need a little web GUI that will allow a user to login to add, delete or
modify existing email addresses (change password).

Currently, all passwords (in virtual

Head of Crunchbang calling it quits.

From: Rod-Lists 
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This saddens me. I prefer it to LXDE.
Perhaps someone will pick up the torch.
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=416493#p416493

Why would you use ASP AND PHP?

From: Rod-Lists 
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I understand each is part of a stack and you use the stack of your choice.
But why would you mix asp and php on a website?

I just noticed the local sheriffs site uses both.

Packed and ready

From: DaWorm 
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https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=794810233900335&id=100001140988294&set=a.194215683959796.44321.100001140988294&source=56

Hopefully everyone can follow this link.

Jeff

Android Video Chat

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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What apps do you use/recommend for video chat on Android? Obviously, I
prefer free software and open standards. I'm trying Linphone and it
looks good, but wanted to see what other people thought.
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Android command-line

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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I recently got a new smart phone running CyanogenMod 11 with the
F-Droid repository that I have been playing with. I wonder if anybody
here has played much with doing things from the command line under
Android. Does anyone have suggestions for things like taking pictures
from the camera or getting GPS coordinates from the command line? Has
anyone tried installing a Linux distro like Debian in a chroot on
their Android device? Also, has anyone played with Firefox OS or
Ubuntu Touch, or have any idea how they compare from a hackability
perspective?
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