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I was wondering if maybe the ProcessWire site could have a directory of contractors that work in ProcessWire kind of like how the ModX site has. I think it would be a great way to make connections and spread the word about ProcessWire.

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I think it would be a great way to make connections and spread the word about ProcessWire.

For that we should start organizing local PW meetings each in his or hers country.

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Well PW user group meetings aren't going to spread the word though, but UK and European meet-ups have been discussed before but haven't actually got as far as happening yet.

I believe a directory is on ryan's list somewhere (I might have imagined it, but I remember talking to someone about it months ago... maybe myself :D).

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I agree, we need a directory. I will get around to building it eventually. But if anyone else is interested in taking on this project, just let me know. 

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Since I asked, I'd love to be a part of making it. I'll contact you via private message.

I agree, we need a directory. I will get around to building it eventually. But if anyone else is interested in taking on this project, just let me know. 

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