[asterisk-dev] Bounty Posts

Jason Pyeron jpyeron at pdinc.us
Tue Jan 22 21:26:21 CST 2013

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff LaCoursiere
> Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2013 22:13
> On 01/22/2013 06:28 AM, Benny Amorsen wrote:
> [snip]
> > I think Asterisk needs a better way of getting people with money in 
> > contact with people with skills. It is unfortunate to have 
> a problem 
> > and get the funds allocated to fix it, but then be unable to find 
> > consultants who have time to take on the job. It gets a bit extra 
> > frustrating when the general perception is that the proprietary 
> > competitors have more consultants available.
> I am a member of "Freelancer.com" which has a fairly high 

As are we.

> number of asterisk consultants that bid against each other on 
> projects that are posted.  I think this may be exactly what 
> all of you are looking for.  

But even then "cross" posting the jobs here as a bounty could help, but possibly
violate the freelancer.com terms.

> Jobs seem to go for ridiculously low rates (basically bounty 
> rates) and as such I have yet to win one ;)  Participating 

The focus there is typically offshoring.

> consultants are rated by their past employers so you get a 
> "reference" for work they have done in the past, and you get 
> a feeling for their expertise by reading the reviews.
> I can't say I have used it to get something done, but it 
> seems like the answer to me...

Going to post an Asterisk configuration task there Sunday. But have posted many
other task there in the past.


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