So here's my dilemma. [skippable backstory here] My site, NintendoPlayers, is badly in need of a new coder and I'd like to really overhaul it with a focus on community stuff. This is the site's largest failing- while the actual news portion of the site has great design and the backbone is there for community stuff (user profiles and accounts that integrate through the site to let you leave comments on the articles and tracks posts you've made), it's completely separate from the forum (requiring the user have two accounts) and none of the planned features ever got implemented before the coder moved on to graduation and marriage. We've got a lot of stuff like a huge games database that we could integrate but never got the chance. [/skippable backstory] Without this, the community is slowly dying off, and we would like to find a coder willing to help build up the community side of things from beyond a simple PHP forum to something really big, with user blogs and facebook-style profiles and all of that. Thing is that we're all poor college students. We want to go about finding a coder, preferably one who likes Nintendo, who would be interested in joining in on such a project. The site's written in PHP, but I wouldn't care if it was rewritten. However, losing the games database (everything is SQL) would be a huge blow, so keeping with SQL is important or transferring everything from the SQL DB to a new one would be fine too. The idea would be that if the site ever becomes profitable, said coder would get a very sizable cut of the profits, which could end up quite a lot. If the site flops, then none of us really make anything. We might be able to pay maybe a hundred or two hundred dollars for their time up front but can't really promise more Problem I'm having is that I don't even have the slightest clue where to start looking for someone interested in such a project. I know there's some coders here, and you coders must know other coders. Does anyone have any tips on where I could ask around? Thanks for any helpful advice, whether positive or critical.