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Are any of you interested in helping to polish up a Java chat application? All the essential framework is in place, but need help doing things like JTable work and some improvement to the client and server look and feel. Can explain more on request.
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For free?
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CEHJ:

Will post more info.

Ovi:

Are you being ironic, or serious, or what. Really cant make out where you are coming from.
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My code consists of a client and server. All it does is to permit interactive chat between virutally unlimited numbers of clients via TCPIP. The app is hosted on the local machines - no web or html involved.

Idea os to bring things up to scratch with a better UI and a little bit of work on selective messaging. But as it stands it works, and I would like ideas about how to make improvements as well as help in implementing them, with eventual aim of turning it into a marketable product.

First step would be for anyone interested to get the client from me (free of course) and see it working for real.
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I'm very serious, if I look at your question points ...
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No, well the deal would be that anyone involved in the development would benefit from whatever gains accrued from the product becoming marketable. Whether such gains would be pecuniary or simply intellectually satisfying is in the lap of the gods, but I would hope that both would apply.
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CEHJ:

So is that a Yes, No, Maybe or ... ?
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It's a 'listening'...
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ahh. Can I know what you are listening for?
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I'm interested to see how many people have time on their hands to point- and payment-free Java work.
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You know the saying ... the best things in life are free ..
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