(re-sent and modified, after I recognized that my hardware-clock is broken, need a new note-buck)
I would love to publish Stackless 3.1, of course. Also I know that there is some inherent bug in it. This is the state of the art sine four months. I am currently in a very tight project and have no time to dig into this problem. BUT IT IS URGENT!
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.
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.
If my app works afterwards, Stackless 3.1 is just fine and can go out to the public.. If it doesn't work, no payment happens. The identified problem needs to be documented by a reproducible test case.
If somebody is interested, please contact me privately. And be aware, this is really no easy stuff. You need to be a real hardcore system hacker with many years of experience. (Armin, Bob, Jeff, Lutz, Richard, Stefan, Stephan?)
Here is the CVS path to the dev trunk: CVSROOT=:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/cvs cvs co slpdev/src/2.3/dev
The cheapest complete solution wins. Hurry up :-)
Sincerely -- chris