The (still small) community active at this site is very productive. Excellent propositions and an exciting business model have been developed and nice physics gets already done. I am sure that these concepts will be very successful and productive for the scientific community of physicists.
However, when we started this project last year, we talked about a revival of the closed TP site. Looking at the numbers that have been achieved by this old community, I have been convinced that we can do that without greater problems. Therefore (and because nobody else did it) I said yes to set up this site.
The actual requirements, if they have to be realized in a valuable time, need more than just an evening and weekend job. To fullfill the two general broader tasks concerning the system development of PhysicsOverflow we currently face, namely realizing the Reviews section and implementing (the most urgent) incoming feature requests at the same time, it would be nice to have a system development team that consists of more than one person ... ;-)
Therefore I ask you: Do you know any other person with an appropriate experience, able and willing to help Polarkernel? Q2A is built very modular, it would be easy to split the task into subprojects that can be solved independently by different developers.
This question is an upgrade and adaptation of the need of a second system developer stated by Polarkernel as an answer in another thread here.