This should be a simple project...
I need a standalone app that will pull first name and last name information (or merely reference it) from my address book and categorize the contacts into four boxes based on a timestamp.
The app should have a "dashboard" page that will show the four boxes, as follows:
Each box should show 3 or 4 names of people that fall into that category based on a timestamp. When I click on a name, the app should give me some options like the following:
1. Jump (to that person in my actual address book so I can call them or text them or whatever)
2. Add (for manual entries)
3. Manual override (for moving an entry into a different "box")
The following points are also important to me:
1. The app should allow me to add a note to contacts stored in the app itself; in other words, the app is kind of like an address book itself that just keeps names and multiple notes with timestamps. The names are sorted into the above boxes according to the timestamps.
2. The app should refresh the names into the appropriate boxes at a specific time, once a day, like at 5am in the morning. This should be an option that I can adjust. I should also have a button on the Dashboard to manually refresh at will.
3. The app should have the ability to pull names FROM the address book (i.e. 1-way sync) and warn me if there are names in the app that are no longer in the real address book and give me a simple option to remove from app or keep.
There are other minor details that will come to mind later, and I can provide.
We can discuss further, but these are my ideas as far as licensing goes:
1. Licensed to me; you develop, I pay you; and I retain licensing for whatever I want
2. Open source; you develop, I pay you; and the public can benefit too
3. Licensed to you AND me; you develop, I pay you; we both retain license, so you can resell or market the product and receive all the money you get from it, but I have lifetime user access
Obviously, the first option I pay you more to develop, the second option I pay you less, and so forth. (The more longer term, exclusive rights you have to your work, the less I pay upfront, etc.)
I was a hobby programmer from my teen years and studied software engineering at university, but I have no desire to develop now. So this is the first time I'm venturing an idea out to Freelancer.com. I hope it's a good experience! :D