Build Your Own Wormly Uptime Monitoring Service?

Rip-offs have never gone out of fashion – and it seems that web services are no exception. Possibly of interest to budding software engineers – examine this brief from one of our fans: Rent A Coder – Clone of Wormly

I need a site to be programmed exactly similar or even better than wormly [dot] com. It is a website monitoring and uptime site. Please register for a free account and understand what it does exactly and then bid.

And I want it to be done in PHP and linux. And moreover it is going to be hosted on a shared hosting.

We do of course wish them the best of luck – one can only be flattered by imitation, after all.

Filed under: Improving Uptime,Meta,Web Services — Jules @ 8:31 am - July 3, 2007 :: Read comments »

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  1. “No bids have been posted yet.”
    Since 2007.
    LMAO :D

    Comment by Abbas — May 8, 2008 @ 7:55 pm

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