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    Just so people know the basics are up at the moment.
    More to be done tomorrow

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    where?
    The only time it's acceptable to not make weight...

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    It wont be viewable until it is pretty much done on the UFC side or until a mod approves it. Anyone willing to help can pm me and I'll discuss it with Noob about getting you access

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    Couldn't some of the programming experts just steal sherdog's shit and set it up?

    I don't know, just throwing it out there.

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    Yea but surely it's better to have our own which our own people have worked on and contributed to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sundance Kid
    Not really....Were just not smart enough.lol
    What he's suggesting could be done by almost anyone with a little experience in coding. Seriously on your average forum could prolly find 15+ people who could do it.

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    I┤m pretty sure Thumper or Clint could do it. Likely a handful of others.

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    Yep that was my point Noob
    If ya wanna do that fine, Just thought would be better havin one we all worked for

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    The right way to do this would be to hire a programmer to write a small backend for this. it wouldn't have to be big, or complicated. We're talking about simple data unless you wanted to get carried away.

    If you had someone that could write good SQL queries it'd be a snap. Course that's also why good SQL programmers get paid big bucks .

    really though, i'm serious when I say this isn't a hard thing to do. the backend only has to be done once and if it's intuitive or at least designed by someone that understands it then all you have left is to have the right people enter the data. Forum support could easily manage that.

    This site's here for profit, why not approach the owner? This really isn't that big a problem as long as it doesn't get carried away with the complexity.

    if the owner isn't willing to dime up we can surely do it within the community. Who else here does programming? I do php/mysql/javascript/.net/C etc I'm just not a pro SQL guy. I know queries obviously but the trick is to get really nice efficient queries that can do neato stuff.
    Last edited by thumper; 09-07-2007 at 04:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noob
    I┤m pretty sure Thumper or Clint could do it. Likely a handful of others.
    Do what? i'm confused. I'd be willing to help any way I can.

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