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Bug Bounties

Bountysource

Exciting news for those of you who want to help Nightingale development with a little bit of money: we are officially using Bountysource for bounties on bugs now. Bountysource is an open source project, which allows users to put money on a bug or feature request – wether it’s already in the issues tracker or not. And it makes it easy for developers to find bugs to work on to get a little bit of money. and it’s perfect for us: we don’t have to handle money in the whole process. To give a bounty on an existing issue, just go to https://www.bountysource.com/trackers/230233-nightingale-media-player-nightingale-hacking and select the issue you want to speed up from the list.

BountysourceBy putting a bounty on a bug, you make it more likely to get another developer, who is not currently wokring on Nightingale to fix a bug. We from the team will fix bugs with and without bounties equally, just dependent on our plans and personal preferences. So no worries if you don’t have the money to boost an issue.

We will add the “bounty” tag to all issues with bounties. If you start working on an issue with the tag, be sure to got to Bountysource and click the “Start Work” button.

For more information on how Bountysource works, visit their FAQ. Please hang on if you want to donate directly to the project. We are still looking into how to handle money the best.

 

Your Comments Wanted! – Considering Donation Options

So far, we’ve tried to avoid ever discussing the “d” word, donations! We’ve felt that as a good project, we wanted to try to avoid having to deal with money, but it’s getting to the point where it seems inevitable. The factors involved revolve around our need for hardware, costs associated with appearing at open source conferences, and most importantly, our lack of devs – we really need a bug bounty program to get some things fixed, or if we have enough, the money to hire outside developers to help us get Nightingale to be all it can be.

Some of the ideas on the table include accepting PayPal, bitcoins, litecoins and whatever other digital currencies, and perhaps setting up an indiegogo page – which of these do you like best? Do you have any other/better ideas? If you happen to have disposable income, and would like to pledge an amount to hire a developer or setup a bug bounty, we’re of course interested in hearing from you as well.

Please, tell us what you think here in the comments, in our IRC channel, #nightingale on mozdev, or on the forums.