So, Peytz & Co. are apparently looking to increase the "Co." part with some PHP developers who know about Drupal. Seeing that I'm pretty much broke and spending way too much time on Drupal as it is (I've become co-maintainer of the i18n spin off Language Icons, and a co-maintainer of Pingback – at least temporarily until its code is cleaned up a bit and it's actually working here on the Library ;) – in addition to my Pathauto duties), I thought that hey, I might as well write them and see what happens.
So I asked about whether they were still seeking in #drupal-dk, and mikl told me who to poke (the Michael referenced on their website, is apparently out elk hunting), so I fired up Thunderbird (on Farore, I have yet to set up mutt again on Nayru) and began writing. And so I wrote first on why I write and why I write him, then a little bit about my motivation, and then... should I write about my "skillz" already, or should I wait to a later mail? What questions should I ask? What else might he/they want to know (now)? Should I ask about their requirements? Should I ask about the work environment? The hours? Location? Pay? Insurance? Or... ?
In the end, I decided just to ask them to specify more clearly what they are looking for. Now, let's see what they reply. Could be interesting to work with other (Drupal) geeks. =)