Here's the deal. I've got a website with entirely too much history, mostly in PHP-Nuke, but with a few entries post-joomla. This website was ported (somewhat poorly, as the two CMS's don't really match that well) to Joomla. I'd currently like to migrate it to Drupal, and the Joomla to Drupal conversion script/module doesn't really work as well as I'd like it to.
Preference 1: take the old phpnuke database and populate the drupal database with categories, content, etc.
Preference 2: Migrate the joomla content (script available, but not that helpful) to the drupal 5.5 db as best possible.
Both the original phpnuke database and the joomla database are intact (joomla site is alive, phpnuke site is inactive, but can be made alive). I don't want my webserver to become a playground, so with award of this project, I'll e-mail/give you a download link to, the databases in question.
A Drupal 5.5 compatible database with the content migrated from either the phpnuke or joomla databases with appropriate categories intact. Payment released after sucessful linking of database to a drupal 5.5 install, and content porting verification.