Welcome To My Bio Page
I'm really not that much of a programmer. However, I do offer a couple services to the WiiBrew Community that may be useful.
Note: All services on this page are absolutely free!
Cleanup and Setup Services
I will happily clean your existing or help setup your new homebrew application's page. I can:
- Correct Grammer and Spelling (US English Only)
- Update Your Info Box
- Test Links and Delete them if Necessary
- Bring Your Page Up to WiiBrew's Standards
- Set Up a Schedule With You to Automatically Come Back and Clean Up Your Page
- Make Other Minor Changes That Can Make a Page Look Great
Also, should you choose to host your project through my server, I will keep your project's download in a compressed .zip file and also
keep it in a compressed .dol file (thanks to ELF to DOL Converter and Dollz).
I run a small Apache-based http and ftp home web server and would be glad to host your project for free. However, since its a home server, I can't guarantee 100% uptime. You should be OK with uptime. However, if you really need 100% uptime, you can try to find another host and post that as a secondary mirror.
Due to rising maintenance and energy costs, I no longer offer project hosting, as now I can only guarantee 40% uptime. I might do something like this again in the future if I can get some real web hosting. This is isn't much of a loss anyway, because no one signed up for my hosting :l I still offer cleanup services though!
Abyrne55 15:12, 28 August 2009 (UTC)
To get any of the above services, it recommended that you contact me via E-Mail. You will get the fastest response from that method.
Please Mark The Subject "WiiBrew" (w/o the quotes)! This ensures that you make it through my spam filter and also ensures you get the fastest response.
E-Mail: abyrne561 [at] gmail [dot] com
I'm sure you're asking "Why would this guy offer all these services for free?". I'm doing this because I wanted to do something in return for all the great work the coders and programmers did in order to bring homebrew to the Wii. And since I really can't code a homebrew app for the Wii (the only code I know is Java, which, as far as I know, doesn't run on Wii) and I had tons of extra space on my server (and free time), I just did this. No catch. No mischief.