Paid Lucee Support

Hi All,

Looking for some paid support options to help with ACF —> Lucee migration issues.
Mostly simple things where the engines handle code differently, producing different results.

https://lucee.org/members.html comes up 404.

Any suggestions on where to get help?
have tried this message board as well as the CFML slack channel … but usually don’t get any responses to questions.

Hi @illiquent, where did you find that broken URL? When I start at the Lucee homepage and click on the Members link under “about” I get taken to this page which is not a 404
https://lucee.org/aboutlucee/members.html

You can get support through several of the member companies including Rasia (@Gert and @micstriit )

That link was in the Lucee docs.

is where I found the link


I fixed the members link. (The docs are stored on Github as markdown). I also replied to your last thread in Slack (never saw it originally).

Thanks for letting me know. I appreciate the response.

Not sure if we can put our hat in the ring (but you did ask!)! It’s what my company does :slight_smile: http://cmdhq.io

You can obviously DM here rather than going through the site with more info.

(Apologies is this is against forum rules?)

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Illiquent, as Brad mentioned, our company Rasia provides paid Lucee support. We can help you through any aspect of an ACF-Lucee migration, including fixing inconsistencies, creating new Lucee extensions, performance tuning, and more.

Our team includes Gert Franz, Michael Offner, and Igal Sapir - if it’s Lucee-related we can take care of it for you.

Please drop me an email anytime (malcolm@rasia.io); I’d like to learn more about your situation and see how we can be of help.

Thanks,

Malcolm O’Keeffe

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Hi @illiquent,
If in case you are still looking out for some help, I would be glad to help you out.
You can reach me on andrewjohnson56782@gmail.com
Best Wishes,
Andrew