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RE: [pxandpints] Content migration job

From: user 9.
Sent on: Monday, August 8, 2011 6:32 PM



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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Peter Epp
Sent: August[masked]:46 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [pxandpints] Content migration job


Hey everyone,


A little while ago I posted a request for somebody we could contract for a content migration job. After narrowing down our candidates we ended up having little luck finding somebody reliable.


I am therefore putting the call out again.


We need someone reliable with full-time availability that we can hire ASAP for a rate of $20/hour.


To do this job you must:

  • Be available to work 5 days a week for the next 2 months, idealy during normally business hours but not necessarily so long as we can contact you when we need and you can put in a solid 8 hours a day until the job is done
  • Have a strong knowledge of Drupal (we're using version 7)
  • Have a strong grasp of PHP and MySQL
  • Have a strong knowledge of HTML and CSS

We want somebody who can start by writing a script to connect to an MS SQL server and retrieve content from a completely different and proprietary CMS, convert that into Drupal node format, insert it creating menu links etc to get the majority of the base structure in place automatically.


The second part of the job will then be manually going through and checking everything ported over ok and making any necessary adjustments/corrections where needed.


Please call me at[masked] or reply by email if you have a serious interest in this job.








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