Paid Research Project on Stackless 3.1
michael at stroeder.com
Mon Oct 25 14:29:24 CEST 2004
Christian Tismer wrote:
> I would love to publish Stackless 3.1, of course.
> Also I know that there is some inherent bug in it.
> I'm seeking for a person who would take the job to
> find the buglet. He would need to debug and
> nail down a commercial application, which I cannot
> make public. (S)He would need to sign an NDA with me.
Hopefully your customer does not read this news group...
> The success payment would be $500, minimum. If the problem
> shows up to be very hard (to some undefined definition
> of very hard, to be negotiated), it can be increased
> to $1000.
> You need to
> be a real hardcore system hacker with many years of
> The cheapest complete solution wins. Hurry up :-)
> Christian Tismer :^) <mailto:tismer at stackless.com>
> tismerysoft GmbH : Have a break! Take a ride on Python's
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I'm not sure about the exact daily rates for programmers in Berlin but I
would not expect many responses from really skilled people for taking over a
commercial project for such a low payment and additionally taking the risk
that there's no payment at all.
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