Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of BountyProgram


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Jan 30, 2016, 9:50:13 PM (23 months ago)
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dustin
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  • BountyProgram

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    1818    * Timeline is realistic but not excessively long for the project
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    20 Once an application is accepted, we will sign a contract with you for work on the project.  You be assigned a "mentor" who is your point of contact and is responsible for monitoring progress.  You and the mentor will set up some kind of weekly communication (email, irc, etc.) to share progress against the timeline.  If the timeline needs to be extended (e.g., something turned out to be more complicated than expected), the mentor can consult with the botherders to approve the extension.  The mentor and the botherders will determine when the project is complete, based on the deliverables.  If there is no progress or no communication for one month, the mentor will consult with the botherders to terminate the contract.
     20Once an application is accepted, we will sign a contract (see attachment) with you for work on the project.  You be assigned a "mentor" who is your point of contact and is responsible for monitoring progress.  You and the mentor will set up some kind of weekly communication (email, irc, etc.) to share progress against the timeline.  If the timeline needs to be extended (e.g., something turned out to be more complicated than expected), the mentor can consult with the botherders to approve the extension.  The mentor and the botherders will determine when the project is complete, based on the deliverables.  If there is no progress or no communication for one month, the mentor will consult with the botherders to terminate the contract.
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    2222Botherders themselves may apply to work on a bounty, but then may not participate in the consideration of their application or any other application for the same bounty.