I would be honored for consideration, however there are at least two complications:
I am still awaiting formal approval from my full-time employer to allow me to take on a second part-time job for the Software Conservancy Foundation, a process that will take until mid-August at the earliest. I am still working out the tax and other implications of issuing an invoice for the work to an American tax entity. This too should be clear within a month or so. Matti Picus
On 29/06/2012 9:08 AM, Antonio Cuni wrote:
as you probably know, the Py3k  proposal is getting funded thanks to our generous donors.
During the first round, three of use were selected: me, Alex Gaynor and Benjamin Peterson. However, due to unforeseen unavailability of Alex and Benjamin, we are now looking for one more developer to help with the py3k work.
If you are interested in getting paid to work on the Py3k proposal, please apply by replying to this email.
To be applicable you need to be an experienced PyPy developer, preferably with a previous experience on the Python Interpreter part of PyPy.
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