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At IHP we've been using Algora for a while now and it works really great. Here's e.g. one PR that was merged last week with a bounty attached https://github.com/digitallyinduced/ihp/issues/1621 Everything was set up in less than 15 minutes and ioannis and zafer have been super helpful with any questions we had.
In general I think this is a good direction and an interesting take on the open question around sustainable open source. Congrats on the launch and keep up the great work! :)
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thank you for your input! the best way to ensure everyone has a great experience is to spec & scope bounty issues + provide acceptance criteria.
you can look at Remotion's 17 completed bounties, where specs & acceptance criteria are always included: https://github.com/remotion-dev/remotion/issues?q=label%3A%2...
that being said, we have only had a handful of projects using OSS bounties so far so we haven't seen everything under the sun. I acknowledge what you mean by blurry lines and how/when they might occur. but as I said before, when specs/scope/acceptance-criteria are in place, it's really hard to go wrong
D2 is a modern diagram scripting language that turns text to diagrams.
Down to try this!
Posted a $220 bounty: https://github.com/terrastruct/d2/issues/921
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