Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org 1 year, 10 months ago
This past weekend, the weBounty team had the pleasure of taking on a different kind of challenge. Hiking Upper Yosemite Falls trail, a tradition that both founders have been doing together for 5 consecutive years. We were fortunate to be accompanied by a determined group and everyone made it to the top! Which is good, because we had some bounties out for everyone!
Posted by: email@example.com 1 year, 11 months ago
That would have been my first question when landing on Miller's planet in Interstellar. Here is how we answer it for our little world of weBounty.
At weBounty, we're proud of the foundation we've established since starting the project almost half a year ago. One part in particular, and the subject of this post, is the technical side of weBounty. We are excited to be working with some of the latest tools available to developers. By doing our research first and building on open source software, we were able to get weBounty up and running faster than we expected. There is still a lot more to do, certainly, but we completed a bounty this last weekend, and 5 months ago there was no bounty platform to speak of! Some parts will evolve further; For example, we are currently migrating to AWS, and updating to Django 1.8 soon after.
Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org 1 year, 11 months ago
With our first bounty involving individuals not previously associated with weBounty now completed, we thought this would be a good opportunity to reflect and share a little bit about how it came to be and how it panned out.
Posted by: email@example.com 1 year, 12 months ago
Last week we left off by alluding to some ways in which weBounty is innovating...
Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org 2 years ago
On weBounty users create, support and complete a wide variety of initiatives. We call one of these initiatives a 'bounty', and in a lot of ways it functions like a traditional bounty. It sets out an objective and offers a monetary reward for its completion.