I have a set of open source jQuery Plugins that I would like to have some changes / validation made to:
- Make sure plugin works in:
- Firefox, IE 6 & 7 and Opera.
- document and fix if not.
- Change plugin instantiation so that it can be instantiated by a class (if necessary)
- Change options parameter passing so that it is done through a predefined element attribute
- taken from the namespace of the plugin/widget
- Make sure css required is of local scope
- so that widgets don't break each other
- Make sure that multiple copies of the same widget don't break each other.
If you've done this before, you can tell the changes are pretty minor. I've done a couple myself but would like to offload the work.
The only hitch is browser compliance. If it seems like it's going to be too much work to make a widget compliant, then we should look at other jQuery plugins that perform the same function. For most of them though there is already a lot of documentation on the web.
Many of the widgets may just require validation and a minor modification to the way that options are passed into the plugin. It could be less than 15 minutes of real code writing/editing per widget for the ones that were otherwise properly coded.
I have a bunch of these widgets that I need to get completed. Let me know how much per widget, and how much for modifying a set of 5 widgets.
If you're fast, cheap and competent, this will lead to a lot of work.