[p2p-hackers] Bounty for Open Source Trust System

Lemon Obrien lemonobrien at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 22 00:35:33 UTC 2006


give me 250k and i'll consider.

coderman <coderman at gmail.com> wrote:  On 4/21/06, Philippe Landau 
wrote:
> ...
> Why is it that i received
> no reply from someone interested in doing something like this ?

virtue is its own reward!

a less flippant reply:
echoing Antoine's remarks, please specify the following:

- what are the precise technical requirements, sufficient to easily
determine whether a given application/system meets them or not. the
mention of communities, peers and trust in a few sentences is
insufficient. i'd expect a detailed description of mandatory
requirements to take a number of pages at least.

- who will be judging the merit / acceptance of submissions? you? a
committee of experts? the public vote? etc.

- what are the time constraints of entry: when are initial submissions
due, when are final packaged releases due, when is judging completed,
when are winner(s) announced and how will funds be transferred?

- what are the IP / copyright restrictions / requirements associated
with entry. is any open source license acceptable. BSD license? do
implementers have to give up copyright ownership to accept the prize?

answering these questions will go a long way toward making your
challenge more legitimate / acceptable.
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