As a software developer I can't help but cringe when I look at bass club websites. Its not exactly the designs, which aren't great but I'm no artist so I can't complain, but the amount of seemingly static content that is on the pages. It looks to me like each of the clubs have someone manually editing html every single month and uploading it to a web server. This seems super tedious to me and is surely error prone and frustrating. I had envisioned writing was a site where you could add teams/members and tournament results easily and have the site keep track of all your standings. Most of the club websites have pretty much the same components... home page, news, by laws, standings, forum, pictures. Would there be any interest from bass clubs in me writing a service that was maybe cookie cutter at first, but would grow over time to be more customizable to host these common components for say $15-20/mo? I could also just expose the standings part to your site so you could keep your site but grab the standings data from my server.
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