Thanks for the quick response to my post. My apologies; after some of the responses starting coming in I I realize that I left out some key information in my previous post.
I'd been maintaining the site over the past year and half and have been frustrated that I couldn't give it the proper attention and decided finally to see if the community would be willing to pitch in.
My initial thoughts were to open this up as an open-source project to the community. The application is fairly simple -- but not trivial. I figured it could be appealing to junior devs looking to improve their skills while contributing to a good cause.
So technically, this not a paid project nor am I looking to hire a consultant or a dev shops per se. Again, my apologies it's only after i got a few inquiries that I realized I goofed and should have been more clear in my original post
That being said, under the right circumstances, we would be willing to pay a small hourly rate to one or two people willing to do occasional bug fixes and or minor code improvements in the future.
Again my apologies for any confusion.
For those who are still interested, I will update the site's README and Wiki on github as soon as I get a chance with explicit details on what is needed.