Tony Page wrote: [ in regard to http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/ Open Source PHP/MySQL E-commerce ] > >I've been having a look at your open source e-commerce system and hope >you keep us informed of your progress, because it looks interesting. Any >idea how long your current to do list will take? > Thanks for taking a look. At the moment I'm looking after my baby daughter, Maisy, 3 days a week so I'm not getting a lot of time to spend on Onlinesales at the moment what with trying to cram in the client work in the other days/ nights/ during her naps... However, bits-n-pieces have been changed, but as with any project like this, I (and clients) keep having new ideas and so I'm implementing them before I look at the more boring stuff on the to-do list. I haven't got the latest code available for download on the site yet. I'll try and do something later today. (I think I need a CVs expert to help me set it up on the server to help keep things organised. ) I also have client issues where I've got a number of working shops that all have various versions of the code, so I need to get all of them up to date and try not to break any bespoke stuff so I can keep one version of the Onlinesales shop ticking along and update all installations without too much hassle... In any case, I'll add you to the little announce-list I maintain will keep you informed of developments. BTW I am looking for help on the project, so if any of you have a particular skill you like to share or just suggestions I be delighted if you'd get involved. Kind regards, Liam Delahunty Mega Products Limited, 10-11 Moor Street, Soho, London W1D 5NF http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/ Open Source PHP/MySQL E-commerce http://www.liamdelahunty.com/ web/ design/ database/ programming http://www.britstream.com/ Hosting/ Domain Names From UKP 7.50 p.a.