[NUUG fiksgatami] Upgrading fiksgatami.no for us?

Ben Nickolls ben at mysociety.org
Wed Sep 10 15:09:12 CEST 2014


Thanks for getting in touch (if only through a roundabout way). 

Is the codebase for fiksgatmi published somewhere in the open so that we can do a diff against the latest version? This will be the easiest possible way for us to check what needs to be done.  To give you an indication of cost our rates are £750/day so we could be looking from £750-1,500 upward I imagine depending on what needs to be done.

We can quite easily give you a better indication once we get a look over the codebase. I’ve CC’d our lead FMS developer Hakim, if you could include him on any response that would be great. 


Commercial Manager
mail: ben at mysociety.org
tel: 01225 290 154

On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 1:15 PM, Abi Broom <abi at mysociety.org> wrote:

> Hi Petter
> Thanks for getting in touch! I've copied this email to Ben Nickolls, our
> commercial project manager, who's the best person to provide a quote for
> doing this. He'll be in touch as soon as he can.
> Best wishes
> Abi Broom
> mySociety administration manager
> On 10 September 2014 13:03, Petter Reinholdtsen <pere at hungry.com> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> Just a quick question to get an idea about the cost involved.  Here in
>> Norway, the fixmystreet instance have been running mostly untouched
>> since 2011, and we would like to have it upgraded to the latest code
>> base and a new operating system.  But we so far have lacked the time
>> to do it ourselves.
>> Would it be possible to pay someone who know the code base to do the
>> upgrade for us?  For example someone at mySociety?  How much would it
>> cost?  Once we have an idea about the cost level, we can try to find
>> sponsors to fund it.
>> The current setup run on virtual machines, we have one production
>> machine and one development machine, both running Debian Squeeze.  We
>> would like to upgrade to Debian Wheezy or perhaps Debian Jessie (if it
>> is released before we get to upgrading. :)
>> The currently running code is available from
>> <URL: https://github.com/petterreinholdtsen/fixmystreet > in the
>> fiksgatami-prod.nuug.no fiksgatami-dev.nuug.no branches.
>> Cc to the public norwegian project list.
>> --
>> Happy hacking
>> Petter Reinholdtsen
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