Here is a repost of the bounty posted at:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.msg614316#msg614316
The bounty is reposted in this subforum for people who want a bounty, but are not reading the Alternate Cryptocurrencies subforum.
For the bounty, the developer can choose from either the offered generation shares (minimum five million devcoins), or five million devcoins per share upfront or ten bitcoins per share, whichever you prefer.
The bounty is for an open source wiki where the contributors get a share of the advertising revenue, converted to devcoins, plus devcoin generation shares. The developer who makes the wiki gets four generation shares (20 MVDC or 40 BTC). If the wiki also has some kind of advertising, the developer will get an additional four shares (20 MVDC or 40 BTC).
There are three potential ways of getting advertising revenue:
1) A bitcoin advertising network like Operation Fabulous:http://www.operationfabulous.com/
2) Handling bitcoin advertising directly.
3) Set up a cooperative in a tax free jurisdiction and connect to regular ad networks.
It doesn't matter what method is used. All that matters is that only text or picture ads will be accepted, there will be only one ad group on each page, and no malware, porn or scammy stuff.
Whoever sets up the wiki will get a share of the generation to administer it. However, they do not have total control over the website, they are just administering it for what will eventually be a democratic cooperative. Of course, they will be part of that cooperative. There are no notability requirements for the wiki, only the usual no malware, porn or scammy stuff.
If more than one person makes the wiki, the second will get three quarters of the bounty, the third two quarters of the bounty and the fourth one quarter of the bounty. The next developers would have to maintain a backup of the first wiki, if the first wiki failed for some reason they would bring their wiki to the fore.