2 Oct 2021 [services]

plowsof completes first ever bounty on alternative CCS platform Monero Bounties

plowsof1 has completed the first ever bounty on the new Monero Bounties2 platform by setting up a Monero Dev List website3:

Payout criteria:

- Website code published
- Domain purchased
- At least 10 Monero developers listed on the website

Total Bounty: 0.28005 XMR

The site should be deployed live on Monerodevs.org soon. Until that happens you can access the example4 on plowsof’s Github repository.

To be listed on the website you need to:

  1. Fork the repository3
  2. Create a file in the people5 folder (ie. escapethe3ra.json6)
  3. Edit the file to include your own details (you can use my file as an example)
  4. Submit a Pull Request7

That’s it. Now you have to wait for manual approval.

If you have any questions or encounter issues, consult the README8 and get in touch with plowsof1.

To create your own bounty, visit the Monero Bounties website9.

plowsof has also created xmr-wishlist-aaS10, which helps anyone access XMR funding. Monerujo11, XMR.Radio12 and MoneroArt13 all used the open source code to create their own funding pages.

  1. https://github.com/plowsof  2

  2. https://bounties.monero.social/posts/7/setup-monero-dev-list-website 

  3. https://github.com/plowsof/monerodevs.org  2

  4. https://plowsof.github.io/monerodevs/ 

  5. https://github.com/plowsof/monerodevs.org/tree/main/people 

  6. https://github.com/plowsof/monerodevs.org/blob/main/people/escapethe3ra.json 

  7. https://docs.github.com/en/github/collaborating-with-pull-requests/proposing-changes-to-your-work-with-pull-requests/creating-a-pull-request 

  8. https://github.com/plowsof/monerodevs.org/blob/main/README.md 

  9. https://bounties.monero.social 

  10. https://github.com/plowsof/xmr-wishlist-aaS 

  11. https://funding.monerujo.app/ 

  12. https://github.com/plowsof/funding-xmr-radio 

  13. https://moneroart.neocities.org/