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Our start-up is looking for an experienced Drupal programmer to give us a boost on our current project! The project entails:
- creating a theme based on our artist's designs
- improving a few minor issues on our custom modules.
The task is believed to take about 30 hours for an experienced programmer, and about 10 hours for the debugging. We request that you are based in the UK. Within two hours of Coventry would be ideal!
Timing-wise, we would like to get you started on it by mid June and be done within a month.
We need to be able to customize the initial period (and thus due date) on a recurring entity. The initial period should equal the time between purchase and the date field on the recurring product (so the due date on the recurring entity should equal the date field on the recurring product).
I have some existing code that does this but the problem is that recurring orders don't get created when cron runs. So this code could be used or discarded, whatever makes sense.