[Mono-dev] Mono contractors?
quandary82 at hailmail.net
Tue Feb 15 03:39:58 EST 2011
I have been busy 'cloning' something RAC-like with ASP.NET MVC / JQuery
However, it's not quite finished yet.
Adding it to github would just be a licensing question,
as the final result would be worth several weeks/months of work.
OpenSource if fine for me, I'm just not too much a fan of GPL.
Therefore I'd propose dual licensing:
Something like AGPL for free, MIT for $$$
The payment methods that are already integrated are PayPal and Google
I'm still working on the escrow system however, as that is the one thing
that should really work ;-))
Integrating an additional Google/PayPal-free commercial credit-card
system via one of the bigger providers of that would then be the next
thing on my wishlist.
I would also need some people to sign up for doing the paid work that
would be put there.
Not that I couldn't add some credible fake profiles, but it wouldn't
make too much sense :-))
Also, I'm still in need of a good name for such a site :-))
Am 14.02.2011 13:54, schrieb Rafael Teixeira:
> A short interim solution would be a "Hire-A-Bug-Fixer" page in the wiki.
> But someone could point to some site that can organize that, possibly,
> dynamic list of bug-fixers for hire, and mediate the transactions (Not
> sure the current sites/services are up to the task, as they seem too
> noisy). Some entrepreneur out there to startup such a project or
> perhaps add it to the github services platform?
> Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
> "We live in a world operated by science and technology. We have also
> arranged things so that almost no one understands science and
> technology. This is a prescription for disaster. We might get away
> with it for a while, but sooner or later this combustible mixture of
> ignorance and power is going to blow up in our faces."
> -Carl Sagan
> On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 10:47 AM, Miguel de Icaza<miguel at novell.com> wrote:
>>>> is there a list of people available to fix mono bugs for hire anywhere?
>>>> (A quick google search for commercial support mono only brings up
>>>> the novell offering, which seems to be tied to licensing the OS.)
>> This is a good idea. We repeatedly get questions about "We are
>> willing to pay for these bugs to be fixed" and only have a handful of
>> contractors that we know that can help users.
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