Unknown Lamer from the five-cents-for-two-years-of-work dept.
mikejuk writes "Bribe.io announces itself as: 'A super easy way to bribe developers to fix bugs and add features in the software you're using.' Recognizing the fact that a lot of open source projects are maintained by developers working alone and in their spare time, the idea is to encourage other developers to by specifying a monetary value to a bug report or feature enhancement. Once an initial 'Bribe' has been posted others can 'chip in' and add to the financial incentive."
The reason that every major university maintains a department of
mathematics is that it's cheaper than institutionalizing all those people.