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List of who's available for Drupal work

I get asked a lot if I know anyone looking for Drupal work. I know a few people but trying to keep track of who is and who isn't just to answer random people who ask me doesn't work very well. So I decided to make a wiki page.

If you are currently taking on Drupal work, add yourself to the list. It's your responsibility to maintain your own row in the table so, if you are going to use it, please keep it up to date.

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Module for tracking fitness meassurements...


I may be looking for some help developing a module for a client.

I have a site, with a number of users. Some if these user have a role called Bootcamp - if the user has this role, they need to be able to track their measurements (like, wight, hip diameter, stomach diameter and thigh diameter. Also softer values like how much energy do you have, how well did you sleep - maybe more.

Ubercart - Limit certain attributes that can be added to the cart

I'm using Ubercart 3.8 within Drupal 7.39.

I have products with attributes - one of those attributes is a sample item, I need a system that will only allow 3 instances of this attribute to be added to the cart at any given user session. That is either 3 instances of one product or a combination of any products - but no more than 3 can be added to the cart.

The attribute name remains a constant but the product name does not.

I need a solution which does not hack the ubercart or Drupal core as this would be counter-productive when it comes to module and core updates.

Module for Instagram post embed (field and input filter)

I am interested in getting a module written to embed a single Instagram post using Instagram's API according to this page:

Ideally there would be two parts to this:


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