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June 06, 2011, 05:01:21 PM
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I'm a coder and since I joined this party quite late (1 week in), I'm interested in working on some projects to try and get my wallet filled with some goodies. However, skimming through the Projects/Technical forum seems to be hit or miss in terms of finding projects to work on. I'd like to see a forum dedicated to people requesting certain projects, fixes, updates, etc and give bounties for them.

The structure could be something like:

Bounty Projects
-Finished
-In Progress

Where Finished/In Progress are sub-forums for the appropriate projects to go. Any thoughts?

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