Announcing the HUMAN DevBounty program
The DevBounty program is an open-source opportunity for developers to contribute to the building – and continual improvement – of HUMAN Protocol.
Open-sourcing is in our nature: our Technology Director, Haryjot Singh, joined HUMAN Protocol through a Gitcoin bounty. We want to continue with our vision of open-sourcing work, and have assigned 10 ETH to kick-off the DevBounty Program.
It makes sense that a Protocol designed to reward distributed workforces is built in the same way. That is why we are inviting our community to help develop and build out the parts of HUMAN that can bring greater utility to the world. We are looking for state of the art contributions from the developer community; decentralized work for a system that supports that very kind of work.
We will regularly issue tasks on Gitcoin, with a predefined bounty of USDT set for each task. We currently have 15 bounties listed, 10 either complete or with work ongoing, with 12 ETH paid out or pending at this point.
Note: new issues will be posted to Gitcoin regularly, so be sure to check back.
<boxed>Your task is to build out a fulfilment module, a service that monitors HUMAN Protocol for jobs being posted and fulfils them via third-party service. In this case, the service needs to link ChainSync to the Scale.ai API, and launch jobs there. When the job is complete, results should be written back onto HUMAN Protocol, and the escrow payments from the job contract should be distributed to the Scale.ai earners programmatically. The service can be written in the language of your choice – although Python & NodeJS are preferred.<boxed>
Such a task would ensure that organizations are able to have jobs fulfilled by large and diverse workforces, and help to introduce HUMAN Protocol’s unique capabilities – in the automatic verification and settlement of work – to existing solutions. Porting third party workpools onto HUMAN Protocol will also increase the usage of the Protocol.
The DevBounty follows on from our BugBounty program as a way to help build out the HUMAN community of developers and contributors. We hope, by bringing work to our community, they can help us to make the world of work more HUMAN.
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