Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Originally Posted By: John Rougeux
Just spit it out: You want to do it but want to get paid.
This sentence alone stands out as what your agenda is about:
Originally Posted By: Phos....
I just think it's a little disingenuous for a company which has spent money acquiring other properties over the past 18 months or so, and which runs a significant number of concomitant technical businesses to call for free work like this.
That's the only indicator I need to know that you have NO clue where I'm coming from, John, and that you have made assumptions for which you have no foundation in fact.
I have never, EVER pretended to know anything more than very basic CSS tweaking (i.e.: I can be confident in changing a few minor things if the framework is already in place, but that's about it). I know what CSS frameworks are capable of...I just don't have the complete knowledge about how to implement those capabilities.
That given, there's no way I'd offer to do the job, paid or not.
If those quoted sentences of yours are what you really think about why I questioned Neil's request, then the rest of your indictment of my motivations is baseless and personally suspect.
I stand by my original inquiry, and by my motivations for asking in the first place, on the same principles by which I side with the No!Spec folks.
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