Here is the developer notes. It has been created on Lovd by Less platform. Here is what is completed:
What is done:
A user can register and login
He will find tab structure exactly similar to reference ppts. From there he can click on clubs pages or models pages.
Which will display the clubs and the models with their thumb nails and small desc.
You will also find a search box where you can search for the models and clubs.
Up on clicking the club or model thumb nail will redirect to that model or club page. Where you will find tabs to go see videos, photos and profiles of the model.
Upon clicking one can see that mode photos or club photos.
Clubs and models can upload their photos and manage their profiles.
Normal users can also follow clubs, models and send messages to them.
What not done till
Payment gateway integration
Permissioning for premium and normal user
video library (which i will try to give )
Screens integration (html+css)
Here is the original post:
You will be provided a PSD design of the website and work with me to create a social network for adult entertainers (pole dancers, strippers). The website will be pretty small at first, only a few of each user class. Recurring work will be needed on an as needed basis, for updates, feature additions. The website should contain the following:
-User Calendar (ability to "follow" an entertainer or establishment)
-Video Library (purchase with "credits")
-User classes (Establishments (Premium/Basic), Entertainers (Premium/Basic), Instructors (Premium/Basic), Users (Premium/Basic)
-Internal advertising (i.e. an Establishment can pay to be "featured"
Ideally I would like this designed in Ruby on Rails and the ability to include additional features (streaming video, etc...)
Detailed information will be given upon acceptance. Please be a skilled developer with experience.
Project may be done with CMS systems like Drupal if all features are integrated.
4 freelancers are bidding on average $255 for this job
i would have to look at the code, but it shouldnt be that hard to integrate the desired features. Ruby on Rails would not be ideal for such a CMS, i would probably use PHP as a custom base to finish what is left.