We can develop tools for you
So how does this work? Here you go...
First you need to have a great idea or need for a new software tool. That tool needs to not exist as a freely available software product elsewhere.
Then you need to document your idea or need as precisely as possible so we can evaluate it. Send us this description when you have it finalized!
Should we decide that we can indeed do something and build a tool in line with your idea or need, we will then notify you and agree with you on the process to get it built.
If the project is large we may ask you for a donation as a way to partially support the project; this can be split in two donations, at the beginning and end of the project.
As we progress, we will keep you informed of progresses and will document back to you the way we're implementing your idea or answering your needs.
And we then build the whole thing; it may be fast or take a while, but in any case you'll be in the loop of our plans.
As soon as we have something that works, we'll send it to you in order to receive your feedback.
And because no software tool, especially brand new, is free of bugs, we'll welcome your testing support and bug reports!
Finally we will make the tool available to all on the Kerkia web site. Note here that you need to agree to this and to leave all IPR with the Kerkia team.
In cases where your idea and contribution have been substantial, we are of course quite happy to cite and recognize your contribution on our web pages and in the tool itself.
You'll then have the tool you wanted/needed ... and we'll have a new tool to offer to our community