My goal is to help build a world where we all people have the most power possible over our own lives.
The impetus for working with someone comes from my lack of progress on that which is most important to me.
Hiring help is obviously more about time than money, but in the interests of calculating sustainability some items are marked with return on investment...
If I can
- Going through all our domain names and setting the proper ownership and technical information and deciding whom should be paying for what. Probably return on investment for me: break even at least
- Doing all the non-profit status paperwork for PWGD and, secondarily, FFAJ. Someone who already or would like to be involved with helping nonprofit organizations would be ideal here, there's definitely some specialized knowledge.
- Drupal-related tasks. The skies the limit. Return on investment here... well, you would be working toward being paid directly by clients (through Agaric) which costs me nothing and is way more profitable for you than working for me. In very approximate order of difficulty:
- The very hardest thing for me, and what I need the most, is help staying on top of all my tasks, of taking over a quarter or a third or a half of the e-mail I deal with, responding to clients in a timely way, scheduling them out as necessary and making me be ready for more follow-up. Tasks like posting Agaric-hosted meetups (which I'm doing right now). Asking me what I'm doing and telling me to do more productive things.
- Even writing e-mails for me that explain technical things, or (heaven protect you) taking my rambling technical notes and sticking them on agaricdesign.com would have two large benefits: 1) I take too much time for this, and dumping info on someone else and answering questions will be at least somewhat faster for me than writing myself, and 2) technical documentation written by someone else will usually be far more understandable to other people than anything written just by me.